AARP defines a livable community as one that allows people to maintain their independence and quality of life as they age. Specific aspects of a livable community include adequate mobility options; supportive community features and services that allow residents to maintain their independence and enjoy an engaging civic and social life; along with affordable and appropriate housing.
In an effort to better understand what people age 50 and older need to continue to age in their communities, AARP Tennessee commissioned a mail survey of residents age 50 and older in Blount County, Tennessee.
The key survey findings show: … Back to Article
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