APA Northern New England Chapter

#9171899

Thursday, May 30, 2019
8:30 a.m. - noon EDT

Concord, NH, United States

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Overview

What would an Age-Friendly Community look like, what sort of services would be available, and how would residents of all ages be able to enjoy their community to its fullest?  These are the sorts of questions that staff at Southern NH Planning Commission (SNHPC) is tackling with assistance from community champions and partnering agencies.  Thanks to the continued support from Tufts Health Plan Foundation, AARP, and NH DOT, the SNHPC’s team will share their findings on age-friendly assessments and surveys, and how communities have responded to the age-friendly pilot program: their successes and lessons learned in their efforts towards creating an age-friendly region.  

Resource URL

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=zsahawcab&oeidk=a07eg1g6kkg427acc7c

Speakers

Sylvia von Aulock

Sylvia von Aulock is the Executive Director for Southern NH Planning Commission (SNHPC). Her career has been focused in the public sector working for such agencies as Washington State DOT, City of Seattle’s Drainage and Wastewater Utility, and as Town Planner in Exeter, NH. Sylvia’s thorough planning experience ... Read More

Cameron Prolman

Cameron Prolman is a Regional Planner with Southern NH Planning Commission. Cam received his Bachelor of Science in Community and Environmental Planning from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, in 2015, and received his Masters of Public Administration from UNH in 2017. Having been fortunate to travel the world and ... Read More

Maddie DiIonno

Maddie DiIonno is an Assistant Planner at the Southern NH Planning Commission (SNHPC). She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Community Environmental Planning from the University of New Hampshire and has gained a variety of project and field experience through her work with UNH Cooperative Extension, Campus Planning, the ... Read More

Contact Info

Robin LeBlanc, r_leblanc@plannh.org