Network in Aging and AARP-NY Present Workshop on Aging and Livability
As our population ages and people live longer, communities must adapt to facilitate the inclusion of older adults and enhance quality of life for residents of all ages. Well-designed, livable communities promote health and sustain economic growth, provide opportunities to remain active and connected, and make happier, healthier residents of all ages. Communities locally, across the United States, and throughout the world are beginning to engage in activities that emphasize changes to both the built and social environment in an effort to improve the livability for their age 50+ residents and their families.
An Age Friendly Community: A Great Place to Grow Up and Grow Old
Registration and Lunch 11:30AM-12:30PM
Presentations with Q&A 12:30PM-4:00PM
Meals on Wheels for WNY Community Center
100 James E. Casey Drive
Buffalo, NY 14206
RSVP by 9/6/17
Members: $15, Non-Members $20
By attending this workshop, you will:
- Learn about the domains of livability; community features that impact the well-being of older adults
- Understand the economic, social, and health-related benefits of livability
- Discover local and statewide initiatives that are promoting Age Friendly communities as a tool to promote livability
- Obtain summary information about the findings of the Age Friendly Erie County Needs Assessments Efforts
- Gain an understanding of how Age Friendly efforts can help your business or organization
- Find out how you can get involved to help create vibrant, inclusive communities for residents to grow up and grow old in WNY”
For more information on the event or to RSVP, please visit our website www.networkinaging.org or call Lisa Boron 716-829-3712 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Network in Aging of Western New York is a non-profit, voluntary corporation, founded in 1981 and is committed to bringing together individuals and organizations involved in aging and improving the quality of life for older persons and their families in the area. They currently have over 100 member agencies specializing in various fields including education, health and social services, and community and government leadership. Their mission is to provide members with opportunities for resource exchange, professional development and stimulation of interdisciplinary collaboration.