The City of Boise and Boise State University’s Center for the Study of Aging have teamed up to conduct a survey to determine if Boise is age-friendly for seniors. I met last week with Tami Cirerol, a Graduate Research Assistant at Boise State. She is coordinating the survey. They are looking for lots of responses from the community. If you want to help and share your experiences in Boise, please take ten minutes and complete the survey using the link provided below. We will share the results with you later this spring.
This is the information sent to me by Tami:
Boise State University’s Center for Study of Aging, in partnership with Boise City Parks and Recreation Department, is conducting an age-friendly assessment of the community. The purpose of this project is to gather information about the positive and negative experiences of older adults living in Boise, of caregivers of older adults, and of service providers in Boise. The survey information will be shared with administrators employed at the City of Boise and used for planning purposes.
The survey will be available until March 16, 2015. To access the survey, click on the following link:
Thank you for participating in Boise’s Age-Friendly City Assessment.