Thursday, September 14
Vital and vibrant communities meet the physical, mental, and social health needs of all of its citizens, regardless of age and ability. This panel represents work being done to make sure livable communities are places where people from ages 8 to 80 can be active, engaged, and healthy.
Bill Armbruster, Advisor, AARP Livable Communities Programs
For more information on the individual presentations of this session, click on the links below.
- Kemberli Sargent, Pedestrian Safety Program Manager, PEDS, “Honey, but you’re not 50!”…This millennial’s lessons from unleashing baby boomers as the next generation of walking advocates.”
- Bernardita P. Calinao, PhD, Deputy Director, Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science, “Measuring Neighborhood Walkability Surrounding Senior Housing”
- Jason Tudor, AICP, Community Engagement Advisor, AARP, “Walk, Run or Roll: Innovative Ways to Encourage Active Living”
- Sarah Milligan-Toffler, Executive Director, Children & Nature Network, “Nature’s Role in Community Health and Wellness”