Advice: Making neighbourhoods accessible for older people

Talking to elderly people can reveal a host of ways of making the local area more accessible for them, says Ben Kochan

by Ben Kochan
Older people are encouraged to talk about their area as part of  the surveys of the neighbourhoods. [credit: Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing]
Older people are encouraged to talk about their area as part of the surveys of the neighbourhoods. [credit: Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing]

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