Age Friendly Bowling Green
The Age-Friendly Bowling Green initiative seeks to make Bowling Green, KY a better place to grow old by promoting an "age-in-everything" lens across all aspects of city life.
This hands-on community initiative asks the city's public agencies, businesses, cultural, educational and religious institutions, community groups, and individuals to consider how changes to policy and practice can create a city more inclusive of older adults and more sensitive to their needs.
This initiative is a part of the World Health Organization's Age-friendly Cities project and is a collaborative effort led by AARP Kentucky, the City of Bowling Green, KY, and WKU Center for Applied Science in Health & Aging.
The following is a list of resources for citizens who are over the age of 50:
- The Over Fifty Citizen's Academy Applications for this year's "The Over Fifty Citizen's Academy" will be accepted until February 28, 2020.
- BRADD Aging Services
- WKU Society for Lifelong Learning
- AARP Livable Communities
- WKU Center for Applied Science in Health & Aging
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