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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.
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