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The award-winning* AARP Livable Communities e-Newsletter is published on or about the third Wednesday of the month and is delivered directly to your email inbox. Each issue contains a mix of new research, best practices, community resources and information about age-friendly efforts from places near and far. It's an easy way to stay informed. Here's a sampling of our recent editions:

 

  • 15 Cities That are Working to Be Great for Older Adults (Nov. 2014)
  • 11 Ways to Create Great Places (Oct. 2014)
  • U.S. Housing 'Unprepared' for Wave of Older Adults (Sept. 2014)
  • How to Create a Grandparents Park (Aug. 2014)
  • Slideshow: A House That Can Be a Home for Life (July 2014)
  • Where Have All Our Young People Gone? (June 2014)
  • The Most Dangerous Places to Be a Pedestrian (May 2014)
  • Slideshow: The 8 Domains of Livability (April 2014)
  • Texas is Becoming More Walkable (March 2014)
  • Portland Takes Age-Friendly Action (Feb. 2014)

 

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* Gold Winner e-Newsletter: 2014 MarCom Awards

 

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