A Livable, Age Friendly Community for Riverside
California’s population is aging along with the baby boom: by 2030, about one in five residents in Riverside County will 65 years of age or older.
The City of Riverside has 66,615 people (21.9%) aged 45 to 64, and 26,242 people (8.6%) who are 65 years of age or older.
An AGE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
emphasizes equity and inclusion in economic growth planning, however age is rarely part of that paradigm, study authors note.
“Including older people not only adds to economic strength but also provides benefits not targeted through other inclusivity steps (such as mentorship and training of younger workers) and has broad consumer impacts.”
Commission on Aging Meeting February 10, 2021 Item #9
Letter from Mayor Bailey to AARP February 1, 2020
California Master Plan on Aging - TOGETHER WE ENGAGE
LOCAL MASTER PLAN ON AGING PLAYBOOK
Riverside County Area Aging Plan
City of Riverside Commission on Aging
AARP - Network of Age Friendly States and Communities
AARP LIVABLE COMMUNITIES FREE PUBLICATIONS
AARP Road Map to an Age-Friendly Livable Community
Milken Institute - Age-Forward Cities for 2030
World Health Organization - Global Network for Age Friendly Cities and Communities
SCAN Foundation - We Stand with Seniors
Purposeful Aging Los Angeles (PALA)
Age Well San Diego Action Plan
Chula Vista - Creating an Age Friendly Community
Marin County Earns "Age Friendly" Designation
Santa Clara - Becoming an Age Friendly Community
Age Friendly Berkley
Reimagining Communities for All Ages |
Laura Poskin | TEDxPointParkUniversity
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