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The Age-Friendly Niagara Council is a group of local citizens, volunteers, community partners and municipal leaders who have joined together to learn about, take action on and champion age-friendly community principles, with a vision of Niagara as a ‘community for all ages’. To learn more about the Age-Friendly Niagara Council visit About Us.

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Age-Friendly Community Needs Assessment Research in Niagara, December 2020

This summary of major Age-Friendly needs assessment research completed across Niagara since 2010 highlights how Age-Friendly planning principles are being embedded in local municipalities; and opportunities that exist to advance this work.

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Addressing COVID-19 Impacts on Niagara’s Older Adults

This two-page AFNN Bulletin provides a call to action: to address challenges in our community by continually sharing and implementing leading practices and innovative ideas. It focuses on actions to reduce COVID-19 impacts on older adults, to support them in staying well, safe and connected.

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Niagara Aging Strategy and Action Plan Implementation Project (2017-2019) Summary

This two-page document summarizes both progress toward, and future opportunities for, implementing the Niagara Aging Strategy and Action Plan. The full evaluation report can be accessed here.

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The latest News for the age-friendly community.

  • March 7, 2021

    Becoming tech savvy and learning how to access important online resources can all be found in one location for Niagara seniors.

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  • January 13, 2021

    Age-Friendly Niagara Network Update December 2020 Welcome to the Age-Friendly Niagara Network (AFNN) Update! You are receiving this e-newsletter because you opted into the AFNN database to receive regular emails [...]

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