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Web Extra: The Challenges to Building an Age-friendly NYC

  • Aired: 07/25/2012
  • 02:50
  • Rating: NR
It's estimated that by 2030, the number of New York City residents age 65 and over will increase by 50 percent. Ruth Finkelstein is Senior Vice President of Policy and Planning for Age-Friendly NYC, a multi-agency initiative to make the city more accommodating for senior citizens. Finkelstein describes the mobility challenges seniors face every day and what the city can do to improve.
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