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Miami-Dade County Cultural Affairs Announces 2017 Golden Ticket Guide for Seniors

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THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS ANNOUNCES THE 2017 GOLDEN TICKET ARTS GUIDE FOR SENIORS This year’s Guide offers free tickets to cultural events for senior citizens. MIAMI, November 1, 2016 — The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs announces the release of the 2017 Golden Ticket Arts Guide, a catalog of free cultural…

Bipartisan Policy Center: Healthy Aging Begins at Home

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The Healthy Aging Begins at Home report by the Bipartisan Policy Center examines four specific aspects of the challenge before us: The need for a much greater supply of homes affordable to our nation’s lowest-income seniors. The importance of transforming homes and communities so that seniors can age with options, a desire shared by the overwhelming…

FTA-Supported National Aging and Disability Transportation Center Launches New Website to Support Accessible Public Transportation Service

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FTA-Supported National Aging and Disability Transportation Center Launches New Website to Support Accessible Public Transportation Service  May 10, 2016  “The National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC), the Federal Transit Administration’s newest technical assistance center, has launched a new website to provide easy access to a wealth of useful resources and information. The NADTC, which…

Age-Friendly Communities Evaluation Guide: Using Indicators to Measure Progress

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The Public Health Agency of Canada has prepared the Age-Friendly Communities Evaluation Guide to provide communities with practical information on how to use indicators to measure progress and evaluate their age-friendly initiatives. Age-friendly communities are those communities that are taking steps to help their older residents remain healthy, active and independent, and to continue to…

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