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Preparing for an aging nation
By doing so, the retirees get out of the house, work together to tackle community projects, and make connections that lead to healthier, happier lives
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A Danish company has an effective (and possibly replicable) transportation solution for America's non-drivers
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The city no longer has a commission on the 'Affairs of the Elderly.' That’s a good thing. A city official explains why
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Portland, Oregon, has lending libraries filled with power drills, saws, socket wrenches and all sorts of trowels
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An Oregon couple custom creates an age-friendly house. Plus: A real estate program worth replicating
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Learn how a demonstration project in a New Jersey downtown transformed a sorry space into a destination. (Then follow the links to see other projects.)
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From AARP Hawaii, advice for how businesses can better serve older adults
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