Age-Friendly Ottawa - Program Overview
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The Ottawa Age-Friendly Action Plan is a A JOINT ACTION PLAN from the City of Ottawa and Age-Friendly Ottawa that was submitted to the World Health Organisation Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities on November 1st, 2013. This is a list of actions with deliverables and simple indicators for city and community-wide actions, organized under the 8 age-friendly domains: (1) Outdoor spaces and buildings, (2) Transportation, (3) Housing, (4) Social Participation, (5) Respect and social inclusion, (6) Civic participation and employment, (7) Communication and information, (8) Community support and health services.
You can also find the PROGRESS REPORT – PHASE 1 that provides a good summary of the age-friendly process undertaken to date in Ottawa.
The AFO Community Action Plan 2012-2014 is inspired from earlier work undertaken on to develop the AFO Community Framework. It is a list of concrete actions that are being implemented by the Council on Aging and its partners in the 8 age-friendly areas.
The Age-Friendly Ottawa Community Framework 2012-2014 aims to make Ottawa a more age-friendly community by engaging seniors in making changes that support active and healthy living. It is the result of public consultations conducted with older adults and those who support them, in collaboration with the City of Ottawa in the fall of 2011. The Age Friendly Ottawa Initiative follows the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Age-Friendly Cities framework. Age-Friendly Ottawa and the City of Ottawa’s Older Adult Plan represent mutually supportive initiatives that both aim to enhance the quality of life of older adults through changes in physical settings, programs and services.