Since 1949, APA's PAS Report series has offered planners comprehensive guidance on important planning issues and innovative practices.
Intergenerational Community Planning
PAS Report 603
The entire community benefits when the needs of children and youth and older adults are identified and addressed together. This PAS Report explores how applying an intergenerational approach to planning creates good places for everyone to grow up and grow old.
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PAS published its first Information Report in 1949. To celebrate this history, we have made available a wealth of past issues from the archives. We hope you enjoy these fascinating snapshots of planning issues of yesteryear.
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We're always looking for authors to write or update PAS Reports on a variety of planning topics. Visit the archive to see the list of all past reports and review our proposal submission guidelines. If you have an idea for a PAS Report, please contact Ann Dillemuth at PASReports@planning.org.
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