Part-time, seasonal employment options • Employment programs for older workers • Accessible workplaces • Civic advisory boards include older people Social capital, wellbeing, mental health, supports cognitive, mental, and social activity Community and health services • Geographically accessible health services • Retirement and nursing homes integrated into larger community • Affordable home care services • Emergency planning for older people Health prevention and maintenance page 10 Table 5. Environmental features which support healthy aging. 5 (continued)
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