AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES LINKS AND LITERATURE
We are always interested in learning about new links and documents in relation to Age-friendly communities.
Please call Keree on 03 62313265; firstname.lastname@example.org; or call in and see us, ground floor, 181 Elizabeth St Hobart.
This is the link to the all of the World Health Organisation’s information on Age-friendly Communities. It has literature, links to forms, guides and toolkits and news.
This is the link to COTA Tasmania Age-friendly Communities Facebook Page. This page will inform people who are part of the Tasmanian Age-friendly Network about current and future events and new, pertinent information. The page is open to Network members and to the general public.
This is the link to COTA Tasmania’s general Facebook Page, which showcases other Age-friendly news.
- WHO:Measuring the Age-friendliness of Cities – A guide to using Core Indicators
- Transport in the Community Project | 24 September 2013| Tasmanian Council of Social Services
- Conceptions of ‘community’ among older adults living in high-density urban areas: An Australian case study| Australasian Journal on Ageing, Vol 33 No 2 June 2014, E1–E6 E1| © 2013 ACOTA
- The ageing of the Australian population: triumph or disaster?| Monash Centre for Population and Urban Research Katharine Betts, 28 April 2014, corrected 1 May 2014:
- Senior Victorians and walking: obstacles and opportunities: Summary Report |Garrard J, (2013). Melbourne, Victoria Walks.
- Access Plan 2014-2018|Clarence City Council, Tasmania
- Becoming an Age-friendly Community: Local Government Guide.| Seniors’ Healthy Living Secretariat, B.C. Ministry of Health. Copyright 2011. Updated: January 2014.
- Checklist of Essential Features of Age-friendly Cities| World Health Organisation(WHO) 2007|WHO/FCH/ALC/2007.1
- Tasmanian Department of Health & Human Services| Affordable Housing Strategy- Project Overview | September 2014
- Residential Development Strategy – Liveability Development Principles – CHECKLIST | Tasmanian Department of Health & Human Services | July 2013