Government

City Releases Age-Friendly Boston Initiative Report

The City of Boston’s Commission on Affairs of the Elderly released data from its Age-Friendly Boston Initiative. The Age-Friendly Boston project challenges the city’s public agencies, community groups, businesses, cultural, educational and religious institutions to consider how changes to policy and practice can enhance the quality of life for Boston’s aging residents. The report focuses Read More…

Community

Making the North End More Age-Friendly [Survey]

A group of North End residents gathered this week with city officials to talk about how to make the North End more age-friendly as people get older and want to stay in the neighborhood. “Age-Friendly Boston” is an initiative of Mayor Walsh in partnership with AARP and UMass Boston Gerontology Institute. The city wide effort Read More…