Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Creating Advocates for Livable Communities Web Seminar

The American Society on Aging, as part of their Disabilities in Aging Series, will host a web seminar on Thursday, December 3, 2015 featuring the Indiana Institute’s Center on Aging and Community’s Advocates for Livable Communities project. The Advocates for Livable Communities project is designed to identify ways to engage the aging and disability communities around the significance of livability. Participants in this web seminar will be able to:

  • List three reasons why it is desirable to join together older adults and people with disabilities to promote community livability;
  • Identify four features of a livable community;
  • Identify methods that can be used to promote collaboration between older adults and people with disabilities to make communities more livable for all; and,
  • Describe several ways to effectively advocate.

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