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In need of a neighborhood place for children and adults to stay active and spend time together outdoors, Wichita, Kansas, built a playground to meet both requirements. In the first installment of our new "Livable How-To" series, learn how residents, the local government, business community and AARP worked together to make the park a reality — and a great place for people of all ages.
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How to make a house or apartment a home for life
The availability of these community features greatly impact the well-being of older adults
No matter where you live, y'all can benefit from the lessons in this tool kit
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Now 50-plus, their needs are changing as they're changing "old age"
One in Three Americans is Now 50 or Older
By 2030 one out of every five people in the U.S. will be 65-plus. Will your community be ready? AARP Livable Communities features the information and resources local leaders, planners and others need to create age-friendly places for people of all ages. About Us | Visit Our Archives
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