Age2Age

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Reports by Age2Age


Age2Age partnered with AARP to design this National Strategy Forum that convened federal agencies, national organizations, and major philanthropies to identify  collaborative initiatives and processes to improve local communities nationwide.

How might we invigorate  communities to better fit with what will be the unique demands & assets of baby boomers and future generations across the lifespan?







Links to Great Resources



Community AGEnda  is the Age-Friendly Initiative of Grantmakers in Aging with a number of resources, including original reports, visuals such as photos and infographics, and information tools that can help any community get started or accelerate their efforts to become more age-friendly. 

Design Challenge: Aging-in-Place Silicon Valley   showcases the sixth annual Silicon Valley Positive Aging Forum produced by Age2Age and co-created with the premier global design firm, IDEO. Using the lens of the WHO Age-Friendly Domains, attendees were guided to learn and then apply the process of desigh thinking.  

Global Age-friendly Cities: A Guide is the report published in 2007 by the World Health Organization that started the Age-Friendly program.