Senator Liz Krueger’s 2022 Virtual Roundtable for Boomers and Seniors
“Aging in Place: Living Well in the Community”
Session IV: “This Is Living: The Age Friendly Home”
Thursday, February 17th from 10 am – 11:30 am
The majority of older people want to age in place, which is possible with the right support and planning. This multi-part roundtable series will bring together experts and thought leaders to help us understand some of the vital components needed to age well in the community.
The February 17th Roundtable will offer information about creating an age friendly living space, and how to access resources to help you make the minor repairs needed to age in place safely. Additionally, you will hear about the Department for the Aging’s support programs, including fall prevention, case management, Friendly Visiting to reduce social isolation, and the Assigned Counsel Program, which provides legal representation in Housing Court.
The February 17th Roundtable features:
– Brian Pape, Design for Aging Committee, at the NYC Chapter of the American Institute for Architecture
– Eileen Mullarkey, Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Social Services, NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA)
– Laudrey Lamadieu, Senior Director Senior Services, Bureau of Community Services, DFTA
– Ygnacio Silvestre, Director, Assigned Counsel Project, DFTA
– Anna Martinez, Director of Project Equal Access, New York City Commission on Human Rights.
To view full video of the event, CLICK HERE.
Link to the list of Manhattan distribution locations: https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/covid-19-testing-sites/#manhattan
Link to the NYC DOHMH incentives web page: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/coronavirus/vaccines/vaccine-incentives.page
— American Institute of Architects NY
Aging in Place Guide for building Owners: https://46u0j30o449zq8181dfurbcj-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/AIP_2017_EN.pdf
— NYC Department for the Aging
Aging Connect is the New York City Department for the Aging’s information and referral contact center for older adults and their families: 212-244-6469
DFTA Newsletter: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/dfta/news-reports/newsletters.page
— Home Repair Resources
New York Foundation for Senior Citizens –
Home Repair Program: 212-962-7655
Met Council – Senior Repair Program
–NYC Commission on Human Rights
Disability Brochure: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/cchr/media/brochures/disability-brochure.page
Disability Fact Sheet: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/cchr/media/disability-rights-factsheet.page
–Senior Resource Guide
Email to request a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call to request a copy 212.490.9535
–Housing Ambassador Organizations
NYC Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) partners with community-based service providers in New York City who help people prepare and apply for Housing Connect affordable housing lotteries. Housing Ambassadors can provide information and assistance with the application process.
— Link to Senator Krueger’s January 26th Advanced Planning Document Roundtable
–Older Adults Technology Services (OATS)
Engages trains and supports older adults in using technology to improve their quality of life and enhance their social and civic engagement.