Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Older people -- Housing -- Oregon -- Portland
Housing Land Advocates and AARP Oregon have identified that the participation of older adults in the planning process in Clackamas County is not leading to outcomes that address their needs. One potential barrier to advocacy is older adults' lack of understanding of the planning process. A better informed population of older adults will lead to more effective participation in planning processes and an increased ability to advocate for their needs. Another potential barrier may be the way in which planners engage older adults in planning. Through better engagement strategies there will be better outcomes. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sumner Sharpe and Ellen Bassett.
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Guenin, Heidi; Kellett, Bob; Siu, Vivian; Walker, Lindsay; and Weinstein, Jenny, "Reshaping the Planning AGEnda" (2010). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 21.