“Seniors” Best Match
A New Way of Learning: The Intergenerational Campus
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...Communities, proposing that campuses include meeting spaces, walkable open areas, bicycle paths as well as natural settings for interaction. Considering that fewer seniors are vacating cities for greener pastures, intergenerational...
The Smart Future of Senior Living
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It is a well-known fact that the UK population is getting older, with almost 25% expected to be over 65 by 2040. Fitter, healthier and wealthier than previous seniors, this...
The Accessible City for Everyone
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...criteria of local and long distance users as well as mobility challenged city residents. Between wheelchair users, parents pushing strollers, travelers with huge suitcases or seniors who need an elevator...
Smart Cities Celebrate Inclusion
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...and dynamic engagement, (28%). This theme addressed youth and seniors, indigenous, new immigr ants and long-time residents and identified the need for connections to provide real-time shared personal experiences and...
The Cost of Housing and Opportunity for Innovation
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...as seniors, and the development of high quality social housing that people want to call home. Land prices and consumer demand in desirable cities are unlikely to drop in the...
The Future of Shared Housing
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...shared, as are the chores and household management. These communal spaces bring the families together as one, tackling challenges like loneliness in seniors and reducing the carbon footprint of each...
Senior Living in the City
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...new urban renaissance is an increasing choice for today’s seniors. This has a number of implications for the way that we plan, build and manage ‘age friendly cities’. Policy makers,...