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'Engaging Older Adults' Workshop Videos

Our online event is over — but the recordings of the two-day gathering live on! Check out the videos »

  • Hear the keynote addresses by Lynn M. Ross (about engagement, equity and Reimagining the Civic Commons) and James Rojas (founder of the engagement through art Place It! workshops).
  • Watch a conversation with Mayor Stephen Benjamin (Columbia, South Carolina) and Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway (Madison, Wisconsin)
  • Get inspired by the Innovation Showcase and more!

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Free Guide for Local Leaders: The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and Older Adults: The legislation is a once-in-a-generation funding opportunity to strengthen communities for the future. Learn How »


The 2021 AARP Community Challenge: Check out the list of 244 "quick-action" projects that will help make communities more livable for people of all ages. Read »

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Age-Friendly Work and Equity

A look at the efforts and programs being pursued by communities enrolled in the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities

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All About Accessory Dwelling Units

As small homes that exist on the same property lot as a single-family residence, ADUs play a major role in serving a national housing need

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Making Places Pop!

Recipes for projects that inspire change — and improve communities for people of all ages

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Interactive performances are a time-tested tool for change

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