Senator Liz Krueger’s 2022 Virtual Roundtable for Boomers and Seniors

“Aging in Place: Living Well in the Community”

Session VIII: Reframing Aging: Building an Age Friendly City

Thursday, May 19th, 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.

If we want the resources we need to age well in the community, we must reframe the way we think and talk about getting older. When we view aging in a more positive frame, it becomes easier to take action to change things in our community to support older adults. Learn about how you can work to make your neighborhood more age friendly, and find out about key policies in New York City that still need to be addressed to support us as we age.

Full video of the event can be viewed by clicking here.

The May 19th Roundtable features:

– Crystal Hudson, Aging Committee Chair, New York City Council

– Elana Kieffer, Acting Director, Center for Healthy Aging, New York Academy of Medicine

– Allison Nickerson, Executive Director, LiveOn NY

– Alden Prouty, Member, Carnegie Hill Village

– Mario Rubano, MPH, Policy Associate, Center for Health Aging, New York Academy Of Medicine

Important Links:

— New York Academy of Medicine PowerPoint

–COVID Information

Link to the NYC COVID-19 Alert Level website:

If you want to speak about your eligibility for treatment and you do not have a health care provider, or you are uninsured, you can call 212-268-4319 to speak with a health care provider.

Link to the website with information about the tests:

Link to order the tests:, or you can call 1-800-232-0233


–Live On New York

Reframing Aging:


–New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM)

NYAM Age-friendly Neighborhoods webpage:

Creating and Age-friendly NYC One Neighborhood at a Time:

Thriving Together: How to Sustain, Grow, and Fund, your Age-friendly Neighborhood Organization:


–Senator Krueger’s Senior Resource Guide

Email to request a copy at

Call to request a copy 212.490.9535


–Senator Kruger’s Guide “What To Do with All that Stuff”


–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.



–Councilmember Crystal Hudson’s Office



–Information about the Initiative to Modernize Senior Centers.


–Senior Move Manager Website

Type in your zip code and find a local service who can assist older adults to move their belongings.


–Elder Abuse Services

Carter Burden Network – Community Elder Mistreatment and Abuse Prevention Services

Services include safety planning, crisis intervention, court advocacy, legal guidance, community education programs, coordination with policy and a safe place to talk.

917.409.1261, Ext 463


Manhattan District Attorney’s Elder Abuse Unit



New York City Elder Abuse Center

The NYC Elder Abuse Center (NYCEAC) is proud to offer a unique service to concerned persons in the lives of elder abuse victims. A concerned person is a family member, friend, or neighbor impacted by elder abuse.

Tel # 844.746.6905 (M-F 9 am – 5PM


–Links to videos and resources for 2022 Roundtable Season Series

Good Medical Care for Older Adults:

A 4 M Framework to for Medical Care:

Advanced Planning: Health Care Proxies and Living Wills:

The Age Friendly Home:

Medicaid Planning:

Solo Aging: