Towards age-friendly cities and communities

Place-Age

Place-Making with Older Adults: Towards Age-Friendly Cities and Communities

Publication date: 2019
Ranking: useful

In their words:
‘Age-Friendly Cities and Communities’ are those that have policies, services and structures that enable older people to ‘age actively’ – that is, live in good security, enjoy good health and continue to participate fully in society.
It addressed three questions:
i. How is sense of place experienced by older adults from diverse urban neighbourhoods?
ii. What services, amenities and features are needed to create age-friendly communities that promote healthy cities and active ageing in different urban, social and cultural contexts?
iii. How can communities be designed to better integrate the sense of place needs of older adults across different urban and cultural contexts?
To obtain a copy in an alternative format or language
Please contact:
Dr Ryan Woolwych, Principal Investigator in the UK, Heriot-Watt University.
Email: r.d.woolrych@hw.ac.uk 
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