Jonathan Walters, GOVERNING, on Approaches to Change
Jonathan Walters from GOVERNING Magazine discusses his insights from the livable communities forums AARP and GOVERNING hosted in 2012. Among them: government often gets in the way of smart growth solutions.
Jane Hickie on Accessible Housing
What if all post-Sandy reconstruction focused on acccessible housing? Jane Hickie from the Stanford Longevity Center discusses disaster as an opportunity to scale solutions and transform a generation of architects and planners.
Jane Hickie on Repurposing Golf Courses
Jane Hickie from the Stanford Longevity Center discusses the need to retrofit suburbs for an aging population and proposes some creative solutions.
Susan Robinson, ICMA, on Livability
Susan Robinson from the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) discusses challenges facing municipalities in preparing for the age wave. Public-private partnerships are key, as is the need to develop infrastructure for a person's ent
Best Places to Retire: Grand Rapids
See how Grand Rapids has the "Midwestern Swagger" that's perfect for your retirement needs.
Who’s Building Complete Streets?
More than 100 communities around the country with AARP Public Policy Institute' s Jana Lynott. (2011)
Benefits of Complete Streets
Video from AARP Public Policy Institute showing how the Complete Streets program can help older adults.
AARP's Livable Communities: Rural Transit Connects
See how Washington state invests in rural public transportation that helps keep older adults connected in their communities and beyond.
Habitat for Humanity Fresno County Helps Community Age in Place
Learn how Habitat for Humanity Fresno County is empowering residents to create change in their neighborhood and the impact the program has had on the lives of older adults in West Fresno.
AARP's Public Policy Institute's Rodney Harrell on planning housing and transportation together