Resources

Multnomah County Documents

Multnomah County’s Age-Friendly Action Plan (April 2016)

Age-Friendly Multnomah County: Employee Survey Report (March 2016)

Report of the Multnomah County Task Force on Vital Aging (with Ted Wheeler as Multnomah County Chair): Everyone Matters: A Practical Guide to Building a Community for All Ages (2008)

 

Recent work authored or co-authored by members of the Age-Friendly Portland Advisory Council:

PSU Partners Newsletter: PSU and Partners Work Toward a More Age-Friendly Portland and Multnomah County. (February 2017)

Residential Infill Project – Participant Observation Report (October 2016)

ECONorthwest and PSU’s College of Urban and Public Affairs: Building a State for All Ages: Tapping the Potential of Older Oregonians, White Paper (July 2016) and Six Steps to get Started (October 2016)

DHM Report: Age-friendly Values and Beliefs, National Survey (May 2016)

GIA Report: The Case for Age-Friendly Communities (February 2016)

AARP Guidebook: Evaluating Your Age-Friendly Community Program (October 2014)

 

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