Explore how eviction compromises the most basic need of a stable home and the ripple effect it has on issues such as education and economic well-being.
Gentrification. Is it displacement or is it revitalization? A sign of rising inequities or improving urban economies? Do we even need to worry about gentrification in a shrinking city?
The Center for Community Solutions lays out the fiscal implications of an aging Ohio.
Rising Tide explored the people, the stories, the issues, and the programs that comprise the landscape of Cleveland's local LGBTQ community. Learn what's happening related to LGBTQ programming in youth, families, aging, health, employment, or social justice – from a wealth of local and national experts.
The strategy session, Innovative Crossroads: The Intersection of Creativity, Health, and Aging, brought together a select number of health, arts, and aging grantmakers invested in the field along with national experts to explore
and discuss: how creative expression can improve health outcomes for older Americans, promising programs, challenges facing funders in supporting programs, and opportunities for funders to advance programs and the field as a whole. This paper is a summary and synthesis of the information presented at the national funder strategy session, the topics and issues examined and considered, and the recommendations that emerged from the day’s discussion.
Many thought leaders now believe that the communities that fare best in the 21st century will be those that both tackle the challenges and embrace the positive possibilities that an aging population creates.
What makes a community successful? One important measure is how well it meets the needs of its citizens in all stages of their lives. Is it safe? Affordable? Walkable? Healthy? Inclusive? Is it a great place to grow up and grow old? In short, is it “age-friendly?” In many communities large and small across America and around the globe, the answer is still no.
Presentation by Bonnie Kantor-Burman, Sc.D., director, Ohio Department of Aging, with Robert E. Eckardt, Dr. P.H., executive vice president, The Cleveland Foundation, serving as moderator.
Ohio is on the leading edge of innovation and responsiveness to the growing and changing older population. The powerpoint list the top 7 goals necessary to meet the ultimate outcome.
Available data summarize the health status of Ohioans over the age of 65.