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Age-Friendly DC is a coordinated, comprehensive, and collective-action effort whose goal is to ensure that all DC residents are active, connected, healthy, engaged and happy in their environment. The District’s Age-Friendly effort is starting with a focus on adults age 50 and older.
|Measurements||Target Goal||Status||Desired Trend||Contributor||January 2015||February 2015||March 2015||April 2015||May 2015||June 2015||July 2015||August 2015||September 2015||October 2015||November 2015||December 2015||January 2016||February 2016||March 2016||April 2016||May 2016||June 2016||July 2016||August 2016||September 2016||October 2016||November 2016||December 2016||January 2017||February 2017||March 2017||April 2017||May 2017||June 2017||July 2017||August 2017||September 2017||October 2017||November 2017||December 2017||January 2018||February 2018||March 2018||April 2018||May 2018||June 2018||July 2018||August 2018||September 2018||October 2018||November 2018||December 2018|
|Publish the proportion of District buildings and parks that are accessible.||Active|
|% of transit stops that are compliant with accesibility guidelines.||Active|
|Unemployment rate for older residents||5||Active||Decrease||DCOA||8.5||6.2|
|Number of DC agencies and businesses that are LGBT-friendly certified through SAGECare||100||Active||Increase|
The aim of Age-Friendly DC to transform the city into an easier jurisdiction in which to grow older has been unanimously endorsed by the Consortium of Universities of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. Consortium members are committed to addressing research questions that the Age-Friendly DC Task Force would like addressed by examining existing data sources and collecting information to address issues. One data source that researchers will use, you can explore and learn about how your neighborhood stacks up, compared to other places in DC and across the country. Go to https://livindexhub.aarp.org/.
alyzza.dill-hudson edited this group on November 29, 2018.