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Date and Location

October 18, 2019
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Graduate School Of Design, Gund Hall, Piper Auditorium



The United States is an aging society with growing economic inequality and socio-cultural diversity. Age-associated disadvantages, such as declining health, overlap with unequal access to healthy places, suitable housing, and other social determinants of health. These have in many cases affected people throughout life. As a result, there are vast differences in people’s experiences of late life.

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Co-sponsored by The Hastings Center,  the symposium will apply a spatial justice lens to this challenge, asking, who has access to age-friendly communities, accessible housing to prolong independence, and sufficient funds to cover housing and care? How can planners, policymakers, designers, and citizens make progress on social inequalities among older adults through planning and design? How can the fields of medicine, public health, and planning/design work together to effect change?

This event is free and open to the public, and will also be livestreamed on the GSD website

All attendees must register here.


Additional Organizers

Joint Center for Housing Studies