Aging in Our Neighborhoods:Options for Low- and Moderate-Income Seniors
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By 2020, one in five Arlingtonians will be 60 or older. A very large proportion of Arlington seniors want to age in their community. Four panels addressed resources, policy issues, and the challenges to Arlington's readiness.
Link to the program with speaker bios.
Link to each presenter's slides and data from blue titles below.
Link to video of each panel via YouTube through the red panel titles below.*
Housing an Aging Population---Janet Viveiros, Center for Housing Policy/National Housing Conference**
Senior Demographics---Elizabeth Rodgers, Arlington County Center for Urban Design and Research
Housing and Service Options---Terri Lynch, former Director, Arlington Agency on Aging
Supporting Aging in the Community: National Village Movement---Candace Baldwin, Director of Strategy, Capital Impact Partners
Working To Develop Affordable Senior Residences ---Steve Rubin, Senior Project Manager, Harkins Builders
Accommodating Seniors in Single Family Neighborhoods ---Justin Falango, Arlington County Center for Urban Design and Research
Accommodating Seniors in Mixed Use Communities---Michael Foster, Principal and Founder, MTFA Architecture
Obstacles of Accessibility and Zoning---Hunter Moore, Senior Operations Director, Culpepper Garden
Challenges in Developing Hunters Park---Walter Webdale, President and CEO, AHC Inc.
Age-Friendly Communities: How Do We Get There?---Mary Rouleau, Executive Director, Alliance for Housing Solutions
**Additional references from the Center for Housing Policy---