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Age Friendly Center for Excellence

 

Tompkins County Age Friendly Center for Excellence

 

 


Workshop Series

In February - May of 2021, the Tompkins County Age Friendly Center for Excellence held a series of 4 workshops entitled Age Friendly + Tompkins County: Why It Matters to All Agencies, Residents, & Visitors.  These workshops covered the topics of what age friendly is, health and wellness, the built environment and resources for governments and stakeholders.  

 

WORKSHOP #1What is Age Friendly Anyway? How it Benefits Agencies, Residents, Visitors, and Businesses

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Presenter Bios

 

WORKSHOP #2Spaces & Places: Leveraging the Built Environment for Successful Age Friendly Communities

Presenter Bios
 

WORKSHOP #3Planning for Age Friendly Communities: Resources for Local Governments & Community Members

View Workshop #3

Presenter Bios


WORKSHOP #4Age Friendly for Community Health and Wellness

View Workshop #4

Presenter Bios

 


Additional Resources

Tompkins County Awarded grant for Center for Excellence

The New York Academy of Medicine

Center For Excellence Community Partners

Age Friendly Programs in Tompkins County

Tompkins County Age Friendly Center for Excellence Workshop Toolkit

"Fitting Together the Needs of an Aging Population" by Meghan Stromberg

"Age Friendly Rural Planning" by Jeffrey Spivak

Community Assessment Tool

 

The Longevity Economy viewpoint is data analyses from AARP describing the contributions of
Americans age 50+ years-old as they contribute to a significant portion of the economy.
https://longevityeconomy.aarp.org/


AARP Network of Age-Friendly Cities
Extensive online resources and free publications to order, plus research and data for
communities looking to meet the needs of their older citizens and all citizens across the
lifespan.
https://www.aarp.org/livable-communities/network-age-friendly-communities/


The AARP Community Challenge awards small grants to fund quick action projects that can
help communities become more livable for people of all ages. For more information and to
apply: https://www.aarp.org/livable-communities/community-challenge/


Learn more about the World Health Organization (WHO) Age-Friendly Cities
https://www.who.int/ageing/age_friendly_cities_material/en/


Here is the Guide for WHO Age-Friendly Cities
https://www.who.int/ageing/publications/Global_age_friendly_cities_Guide_English.pdf?ua=1


WHO Age-Friendly Cities Checklist
https://www.who.int/ageing/publications/Age_friendly_cities_checklist.pdf?ua=1


Best Practices Report by Jeremy Xu - “Multiagency Response To Food Insecurity During The
Covid-19 Pandemic", Best Practices Report.
http://cms.mildredwarner.org/p/315