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The 2017 AARP Age-Friendly Community Surveys
AARP community survey finds that residents want to age in their communities and need community support and resources to do so.
The 2016 AARP Age-Friendly Community Surveys
This survey finds that residents want to age in their communities and need community support and resources to do so.
Community Features That Matter in Decisions to Stay in State
CT registered voters ages 25+ will remain in their community as long as possible, but many lack important community features.
A Resident Survey of Jacksonville, Florida
AARP survey to help communities establish a baseline for aging in place and conduct a community needs/gap analysis.
AARP Members Age 50+ in Nassau County, NY
A Survey of Residents Age 50-Plus
Many in San Antonio are struggling with affordability of housing today and worry this will become more difficult in the future.
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