Livable Communities for a Lifetime

The following announcement comes from the ADA National Network… 

The Great Lakes ADA Center in collaboration with the ADA National Network invites you to register for the upcoming ADA Audio Conference Webinar Series session titled:

Livable Communities for a Lifetime

Woman preparing a mealfeaturing Phillip Stafford, Adjunct Professor, Department of Anthropology, Indiana University.

Date:  Tuesday, March 16th, 2021

Time:  2-3:30pm ET 

The Livable Communities movement has experienced significant growth in the past twenty years. As a model for community planning and development, the movement complements the regulatory approach to accessibility through community participation strategies based on a shared vision of a community for all ages and abilities.

Phil Stafford has been a leader in the international age-friendly/lifetime community movement since its inception. In his presentation, Dr. Stafford will provide a brief history of the movement with examples drawn from a worldwide sample. He will describe an organizational model that communities can adapt to their own contexts, needs, and assets. He will provide a brief overview of the concept of co-design and its application to environments, services, and technologies

Registration

Please use this link to register for this event (An account is required to register)

Registration deadline:  Monday, March 15th, 2021

Format:  Zoom Webinar Platform (closed captioning will be provided via Zoom and Stream Text link option)

Cost:  No Charge

Certificate of Attendance available.

Questions should be directed to webinars@adaconferences.org