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Hoosier Communities for a Lifetime Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority Letter of intent informational webinar 3 pm - Dec. 13 & 16, 2011.

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1 Hoosier Communities for a Lifetime Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority Letter of intent informational webinar 3 pm - Dec. 13 & 16, 2011 Megan Coler, Real Estate Production Analyst Northeast Region, IHCDA Phil Stafford, Indiana University Institute on Disability and Community, Director, Center on Aging and Community

2 Agenda for the call Introduction: Megan Coler, IHCDA Background: Phil Stafford The Planning Framework: Stafford Q and A: Coler & Stafford

3 You find a good place, you want to stay. …the place can benefit from your presence

4 So what helps people stay put? Stable employment/income Strong and stable social/familial relationships Access to home & community based services Emotional attachment Financial/personal investment A home that works over time Neighborhood housing options Mobility options available

5 Environments for a (limited) Lifetime The first national study, Relationship Between Urban Sprawl and Physical Activity, Obesity, and Morbidity, found that people living in counties marked by sprawling development are likely to walk less and weigh more than people who live in less sprawling counties. In addition, people in more sprawling counties are more likely to suffer from hypertension (high blood pressure). These results hold true after controlling for factors such as age, education, gender, and race and ethnicity. Homogeneous Auto-dependent Isolation zoning Uninteresting Disorienting Ahistorical Unhealthy

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7 ELDER-CENTRIC VILLAGE MOVEMENT Environments for Aging 2011 | March 22, ©2011 Morrison Kattman Menze, Inc.

8 Accessible bldg. design Shopping w/in close proximity Drugstores, grocery,& hospitals w/in close proximity Recreation opportunities Safe, well-designed sidewalks Complete Streets Design on a human scale Provide choices Mixed-use development Preserve urban centers Vibrant public spaces Protect environmental resources Conserve landscapes Design matters Livable Communities: Physical Environment AARP “Livable Communities” AIA “Principles for Livable Communities”

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10 Indiana neighborhoods and communities are transformed into places that promote physical, social, mental and economic wellbeing for persons of all abilities, across the entire lifespan. Hoosier Communities for a Lifetime

11 ADVANTAGE SURVEY/DISABILITY POLL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE STATE POLICY & FUNDING DATA PARTICIPATION ACTION RESOURCES* COMMUNITIES TRANSFORMED *Contingent on availability

12 “Improving a community, from beginning to end, involves organizing people. Money is secondary.”

13 Housing Transportation Health Care Education Land Use Planning Faith Community and it means breaking down silos…

14 Communities for a Lifetime Data driven Participatory The Planning Framework What you’re in for!

15 Data Driven AdvantAge Initiative Survey – Disability Poll –

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17 The Timeline A long run that starts out fast…

18 Personnel

19 Groups Executive (steering committee chair, coordinator *, lead organization reps.) the nucleus of your effort Steering Committee (15-25 community leaders – diverse, influential, committed) Sub-committees – Data (survey recruitment, data summary docs.) – Heart and Soul (story telling, other participation events) – Inclusion (outreach to engage youth, pwd, seniors) Disability Awareness:

20 Groups Stakeholders group ( invited community activists with a stake in the outcomes) General Public – receive communications, participate in project events * Coordinator – staff of grantee organization or hired on contract fte March-August (facilitates, organizes, liaison to CfaL cmte.)

21 Your budget Survey costs ($6,000) Feed people Staff/volunteer travel Raffle for survey participants Consultant travel/honoraria Meeting room rental Supplies and printing Personnel

22 Community for a Lifetime Committee

23 A Learning Community Community of Practice website Communicating with the Public How to work with existing assets/community fabric Concentrating development to create economies of scale Through incentivizing a greater range of choice in housing options and Creating policies and programs to incentivize commerce to better serve people of all ages and abilities

24 Dreams for the future! Hardware $ Software $ Community Designation


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