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Thursday, 27 March 2014 06:06

Survey for an Age-Friendly Lane Cove AgeFriendly

A survey is now available for older people and their carers to fill out. This asks people to rate Lane Cove’s current age-friendliness, and to make suggestions for improvements

Survey forms are available from:

  • Lane Cove and Greenwich Libraries
  • Lane Cove Civic Centre foyer (48 Longueville Rd, Lane Cove)
  • Lane Cove and North Side Community Services (164 Longueville Road, Lane Cove) or
  • Online at Council’s website.

The closing date for completed surveys is Thursday 17 April. Printed questionnaires can be returned to Council via the boxes where you picked up the survey form, or returned to Council in the Reply Paid envelope supplied (no stamp required).

To download a copy of the survey click here

To complete the survey online click here

To download a copy of the information brochure click here

For more information and to register for the forums email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or phone Ruth on 9911 3593.

Additional Note

Council has embarked on preparing a ‘Strategy for an Age-Friendly Lane Cove’. It hopes to become just the seventh Australian community to join the World Health Organisation’s Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities. If successful, it would be the first local government area in New South Wales to gain membership.

 

Being an ‘age-friendly community’ means that the area is a good place for older people (55+) to live, work and visit.

 

The aim is to receive suggestions for improvements which may include strategies to address problems experienced by older people who want to use public transport, walk or drive around the area, find appropriate housing, be involved in the community (work/volunteer) or attend social activities, or to get the information they need.

 

We would like to encourage Council staff (or family/friends) who are 55+ to take part in the survey or attend one of the consultations that are to held in April. The survey can be completed online or there are some hardcopies in reception or at the library.

 

 

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