Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will host a celebration in honor of Older Americans Month today, which is observed nationally in the month of May.
As part of the celebration, Adams alongside the New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM), the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), and senior citizens from across Brooklyn, will launch a boroughwide survey aimed at making neighborhoods more inclusive from the perspective of older adults. The survey is part of Adams’ Age-Friendly NYC initiative.
The survey, developed in partnership with NYAM, will be sent to community-based organizations, government agencies, and senior centers throughout the borough, asking respondents a variety of questions on health care, parks, public safety, transportation, and other relevant topics.
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