Ageing in Place Book Release

The Ageing in Place Book Launch was a success at the Pelotas Book Fair, Brazil, on October 15, 2019. Authors Adri Portella and Ryan Woolrych thank you very much for your support. Those interested in obtaining the book should contact the UFPel publisher through the link: https://wp.ufpel.edu.br/editoraufpel/ See some pictures of this day:

INVITATION – BOOK RELEASE: AGING IN PLACE

On November 15, at 7 pm, at the Pelotas Book Fair, we will be releasing the Book – Aging in Place – Narratives and Memories in the United Kingdom and Brazil. This book brings a collection of reports from residents of Brazil and the United Kingdom of what it’s like to grow old in their…

Presentations of scientific articles at UFPel’s SIIEPE event

Researchers from PlaceAge and Urbanism Theory 2, from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel), with the guidance of Professor Adriana Portella, in the week of October 21-25, 2019, made papers presentations. at the event SIIEPE (Integrated Week of Innovation, Teaching, Research and Extension of UFPel. “Excellent quality works…

IAPS Symposium 2019

Participate! The iaps 2019 Symposium is receiving photographs with the theme ” AGEING IN PLACE IN A WORLD OF INEQUALITIES” for exhibition this week. Send the photos to the email: fotosimposioiaps2019@gmail.com, until October 31st. More information on the website: https://wp.ufpel.edu.br/placeage/concurso-de-fotografia/

Exhibition of Place Age results on public policy in Glasgow-UK

Our Final Exhibition and Age-Friendly Guidelines Launch is happening in Glasgow this Friday (4th October) at the City Halls. Please register via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/age-friendly-guidelines-launch-and-exhibition-glasgow-tickets-69191472557 About this Event: The exhibition contains input from local residents of their experiences of living across different urban contexts in the UK. We have gathered and analysed this data at the neighbourhood level…

Place Age guidelines and recommendations from the UK research are available as a PDF

‘Place-Age Place-Making with Older Adults: Towards Age-Friendly Cities and Communities AGE-FRIENDLY POLICY AND PRACTICE GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS’. Abstract: The book first presents the policy and practice guidelines we think are of relevance nationally, structured according to the key issues that have emerged across our case studies. It then presents key findings and recommendations for each…