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aging in place

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Park Slope »

Businesses that are considered "age-friendly" will display decals in their windows.

Lower East Side »

Laws on the city's "Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities" aren't keeping pace with seniors' needs.

Park Slope »

Good Neighbors of Park Slope has 250 members and hosts activities such as Scrabble and book clubs.

Concourse »

Senior homeowners are prime targets for scammers. The city and nonprofits hope to help.

Upper East Side »

From lighting to booksharing, architects envision ways to make buildings better for older New Yorkers.

Upper West Side »

Housing lotteries and "aging improvement districts" serve the city's growing population of older adults.

Upper West Side »

The funding for Club 76 won't be renewed this year, according to staff members.