Age-Friendly DC welcomes businesses that want to attract persons of all ages, including 50+ years old customers who spend over 50 cents out of every dollar!
The District’s second five-year plan to continue implementing World Health Organization-guided changes that make it easier as residents grow older to live, work and play.
Transforming DC into an Easier City in which to Grow Older, Using World Health Organization and AARP Guidance
Meeting Notes - March 4, 2019
This one-pager briefly describes the Age-Friendly DC initiative and lists the 10 domains associated with this comprehensive and citywide effort.
Mayor Muriel Bowser is committed to making Washington, DC an age-friendly and livable city for every resident, in all eight wards. The Bowser Administration has made significant progress towards becoming a world-class city where people of all ages can thrive.
Five Year Progress Report to the World Health Organization
Creating printed material for 50+ year old adults also means being reader friendly for all. Following these tips will make a difference in how many take the time to read and absorb your message.
This 2015 Progress Report highlights efforts led by community and private sector partners as well as Mayor Bowser's administration in carrying out the strategies of the Age-Friendly DC Strategic Plan.
The Age-Friendly DC Livability Survey is geared towards DC residents 60+, but all are welcome to complete it.