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Please join the New York City chapter of Aging2.0 at 6pm on Wednesday, October 18, to hear Caryn Resnick, Deputy Commissioner of External Affairs at the NYC Department for the Aging, speak about "Age Friendly NYC."
She will discuss how New York City, under Mayor de Blasio, has increased funding for senior centers, case management services, home-delivered meals, Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs), elder abuse programs, transportation services, and more.
These critically important investments will help older residents live healthier and more fulfilling lives as they age in the city they love, continuing to make New York a better place to grow up and grow old. By 2040, one in every five New Yorkers will be 60 or older.
Age-friendly NYC was launched in the fall of 2007 as a collaboration between the Mayor’s Office, the New York City Council (Council), and the New York Academy of Medicine (Academy). Age-friendly NYC has made great strides toward assessing the City’s responsiveness to the needs of older New Yorkers, developed recommendations, and implemented strategies that allow New York to enhance its status as an age-friendly city.
Age-friendly NYC builds on the work of the World Health Organization’s Global Age-friendly Cities initiative, which engages older adults and other stakeholders in cities around the world to identify the core features of an age-friendly city.
Special thanks to Atria for hosting this event and for providing food and drinks!!!!
New York City Department for the Aging
Ms. Resnick has more than 25 years of experience and leadership in the field of aging. Prior to joining the New York City Department for the Aging, Ms. Resnick was the Executive Director of Family and Community Services Inc. (FCS) a not-for-profit organization providing a range of services to families and individuals of all ages and backgrounds including early childhood education, home heal...
Ms. Resnick has more than 25 years of experience and leadership in the field of aging. Prior to joining the New York City Department for the Aging, Ms. Resnick was the Executive Director of Family and Community Services Inc. (FCS) a not-for-profit organization providing a range of services to families and individuals of all ages and backgrounds including early childhood education, home health care, and mental health programs located in Eastchester, New York.
Ms. Resnick was the Executive Director of the Caring Community, a social service agency serving the elderly of Greenwich Village and Lower Manhattan from 1995 until September 2000. In addition, she served for fourteen years as Director of JPAC for Older Adults at the Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA). She is a nationally recognized advocate on senior issues, serving as a delegate to the 1995 White House Conference on Aging as well as advisor to the New York State Assembly Committee on Aging.
Ms. Resnick received her M.S.W. from Columbia University School of Social Work and a Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management from the Columbia University School of Business.
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