How can the Atlanta region provide communities for all generations? Are Atlanta communities positioned to keep Boomers in place while still attracting younger households? What are the challenges our communities face as the 1.3 million Baby Boomers in the Atlanta region age towards retirement and beyond?
Join CNU Atlanta for a workshop featuring Philip B. Stafford, Ph.D., author of Elderburbia: Aging with a Sense of Place in America, and a panel of distinguished specialists on aging, public policy, and good community design including:
- M. Scott Ball, author of Livable Communities for Aging Populations: Urban Design for Longevity
- A representative of Aging and Health Resources, Atlanta Regional Commission
- Representatives from AARP and Georgia State University.
Engage with these thought leaders as they examine how to provide community for all generations. Topics will include the economics of implementing changes to the built environment in order to make it livable for those from 8 to 80 and the corresponding benefits for communities.
When: November 8, 2013 10 am to 3 pm
Where: All Saints Episcopal Church (634 West Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308)
|CNU Member||$ 40.00|
|Student, City/County Employees, or Elected Officials||$ 25.00|
Tickets are also available at the door for $60.00.
Special Opportunity: Attendees can join CNU at a discounted “Urbanist” membership rate of $145.00, normally valued at $195.00. Once registered, you will receive a link join at the discounted membership rate.