The Future of Age-Friendly Communities - Research on Aging

11/12/2015; 58 minutes

In 2050, the United States will be home to more than 80 million adults over 65, and San Diego County alone will see a 130 percent increase in this age group between 2000 and 2030. Combined with enormous technological advancements that have the potential to transform the way we understand aging, the future of growing older may not be what we anticipate today. To adapt to and support this evolution, we must rethink how we craft our public spaces, homes, transit systems, and mindsets about aging. Laurence Weinstein, Shared Solutions America founder, retired AARP National Events Housing Consultant and 40+ year architectural design/build professional shares ways to address these urgent needs. (#29306)

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