Aging in Place: Planning's Role and Responsibilities
December 6, 2012
National Building Museum
As large populations in the United States are aging, our communities must adapt to this demographic shift. More people are living longer in varying locations from cities and towns to rural areas of the country. Planners are in a position to ensure that this growing population has access to services no matter what the context. Issues of mobility, food access, and healthy living are just some topics to be explored in this symposium.
CEO, National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
Jana Lynott, AICP
Strategic Policy Advisor
David Ferleger Law Office
Elinor Ginzler, moderator
Senior Director, Cahnmann Center for Supportive Services
Jewish Council for the Aging
This 2012 AICP Symposium is available as a free podcast eligible for CM | 2.5 credits. To receive CM credit, please complete the three steps below:
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