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Table of Contents

Age-Friendly Rural and Remote Communities: A Guide

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Acknowledgements

I Introduction

II Highlights of Focus Group Discussions, by Theme

  1. Outdoor Spaces and Buildings
  2. Transportation
  3. Housing
  4. Respect and Social Inclusion
  5. Social Participation
  6. Communication and Information
  7. Civic Participation and Employment Opportunities
  8. Community Support and Health Services

III Making Your Community Age-Friendly—Planning for Action

IV Checklist of Age-Friendly Features

Endnotes

 

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