Check out my latest installment, “Planning Commissioners can Promote Quality of Life” in the Across Generations: Young and Old series at PlannersWeb.com. This month Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur and I discuss quality of life planning for young adults and seniors. Other columns in the series by Jennifer and I cover housing and employment (and an introduction to the series).
Check out the latest article in the Across Generations: Young and Old Series on PlannersWeb. The article is by my co-columnist Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur and titled, “Housing for Older Adults — Location, Location, Location.” As the title suggests, the article is on housing for older adults. My reaction after the article discusses the issues that Jennifer raises from the perspective of younger adults.
Check out my article at PlannersWeb on jobs for young adults. Titled, “It’s All About Jobs” the article is part of the Across Generations: Young and Old series, which is a year long conversation on planning issues related to young adults and seniors. Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur, of the AARP and fellow Across Generations columnist, reacts to the article.
Check out the article on planning for an aging population at PlannersWeb.com titled “Great Places for All Ages” written by Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur. I respond to Jennifer’s article at the end.
It is the first article in a series, “Young and Old,” on PlannersWeb.com that I will be a co-columnist on with Jennifer. We will have a year long conversation on planning issues related to senior citizens and young adults, so stay tuned!
See the article at Planners Web (the now online Planning Commissioners Journal).
And have a great weekend!