Creating Community for a Lifetime
Update Report August 16, 2004

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Chicago Site Visit

Community Partnerships for Older Adults



Chicago Site Visit

Monday, August 23

Space Available!

Still time to register if you would like to join us. Stops include Portage Park Satellite Senior Center, Mather Cafe, and a Naturally Occuring Retirement Community.

Itinerary....


Creating Community for a Lifetime Sponsors


Greetings!

From the town clerk in Milton,Vermont to the founder of a proposed housing development for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in San Francisco;

From the Rio Grande Area Agency on Aging in El Paso, Texas to Brandeis University in Massachusetts;

People from all walks of life, in communities across the country, are coming together to bridge the social, cultural, ethnic and racial divides that limit access to long term care and supportive services for many older adults in their communities.

And they are achieving some exciting results.

This issue of the Creating Community for a Lifetime newsletter is devoted to exploring innovative approaches to addressing diversity issues as we create our community for a lifetime in Kent County.


  • Community Partnerships for Older Adults
  • The following links take you to the Resource Center pages of the Community Partnerships for Older Adults, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. We recommend four stories:

    More information on Community Partnerships for Older Adults...


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