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Tags: Age-Friendly Communities, aging in place, Massachusetts
This workbook is intended as a tool and resource to empower homeowners to identify, plan, and implement home renovations to allow them to age safely, independently, and comfortably in their own homes for as long as they wish.
Tags: Age-Friendly Communities, Alzheimer's Disease, Arthritis, Chronic Disease Self-Management, Fall Prevention, Physical Activity
This resource provides information on the health benefits of swimming for people of all ages. It also shares the benefits of swimming for those with arthritis, chronic pain, Alzheimer’s disease, and more.
The Age-Friendly Boston iinitiative challenges the city’s public agencies, community groups, businesses, cultural, educational and religious institutions to consider how changes to policy and practice can enhance the quality of life for Boston’s aging residents. This report focuses on Boston residents’ feedback on growing older in Boston and shares the results of a 12 month needs assessment addressing the age-friendliness of Boston.
Source: Age-Friendly Boston
Tags: Age-Friendly Communities
This document provides an update on the second and third years of the Brookline (MA) Age-Friendly City initiative.
Tags: Age-Friendly Communities, Boston
This video from the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Design for Aging Committee and Age-Friendly Boston gives older adults a voice by highlighting several older adults from different walks of life sharing their own stories of life in Boston.
Tags: Age-Friendly Communities, Evaluation
Format: Report, Website
The Public Health Agency of Canada has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Evaluation Guide as part of its commitment to promote the Age-Friendly Community model throughout Canada. The guide provides information and tools to measure indicators of age-friendliness. 43 outcome indicators that are based on the eight domains of AFC are identified in the guide to help communities measure the progress of their age-friendly activities.
Source: Public Health Agency of Canada