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By doing so, the retirees get out of the house, work on community projects, and make connections that lead to healthier lives
Setting aside lofty bucket list goals, a livability writer and world traveler finds joy, comfort and wonder in and around his community and home. He suggests others do the same
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Prioritizing Housing Over Parking (2021)
California Creates a 'Master Plan for Aging' (2021)
Helping Bostonians 'Age Strong' (2019)
Older Adults are the "Experienced Class" (2018)
Podcast: Planning for an Age-Friendly Future (2018)
Better Together: An Analysis of Age- and Dementia-Friendly Communities (2016)
Why College Students are Living Like Retirees (2019)
Rethinking What Makes a Great Roommate (2019)
Housing for Grandparents (2019)
Teens Triumph Over Aging (2018)
Middle Schoolers Pen an Age-Friendly Future (2018)
Kids Create Age-Friendly Cities (2018)
Age-Friendly Solutions for Seniors and Sleepy Students (2017)
A College Course for the Community (2017)
A Grand Program Creates Grand Pals (2017)
Trading Time for a Property Tax Break (2017)
7 Ways to Build Bonds Across Generations (2016)
Livability Lessons From Melbourne, Australia (2019)
Slideshow: What Livability Looks Like In Japan (2017)
The 8 Domains of Livability: Case Studies From the U.S. and Abroad (2015)
Age-Friendly Examples From Around the World (2014)
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