Awards & Accomplishments

Awards

Accomplishments

GenPhilly Plugs

  • GenPhilly: The Future of Aging? Philadelphia Gay News LGBTQ Senior Supplement (pg 28)- May 2014 [read]
  • Philadelphia Corporation for Aging worker wins fellowship – September 2013 [read]
  • Is Philadelphia A Good Place to Grow Older? – March 2013 [read]
  • Federation, PCA Inspire Generations to Form a Caring Connection – May 2012 [read]
  • Your Dollars Have Impact: Federation, GenPhilly Focus on Getting Seniors Where they Need to Go – March 2012 [read]
  • GenPhilly Aims to Help Seniors Deal with Snow Removal – January 2012 [read]
  • A City That Truly Considers Its Older Residents, Herald-Tribune – November 2011 [read]
  • Phind out Phriday: Forever Young, Kate Clark of GenPhilly, Phreedum – October 2011 [read]
  • Nothing Retiring About Philly’s 60-Plus Population, Flying Kite Media – August 2011 [read]
  • Aging Boomers Strain Cities Built for the Young, Huffington Post – July 2011 [read]
  • Seniors and the City (EPA Award and Age-friendly), Governing Magazine – April 2011 [read]
  • Kudos To Age-Friendly Places (EPA Award), AARP – April 2011 [read]
  • Towns & Cities Prepare for Aging Populations, AARP – March 2011  [read]
  • Phila. effort aims to make parks fit for seniors (Parks), The Inquirer – December 2010 [read]
  • Some August Moments on a dog Day Afternoon, Jewish Exponent – August 2010 [read]
  • Designed for Visitability: Ways to create a truly inclusive city, one new house at a time, Plan Philly – October 2010 [read]
  • A new housing class in the zoning code meets with controversy (ADUs), Plan Philly – October 2010 [read]
  • GenPhilly Steps Up, The Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal – June 2010 [read]
  • Elder-Accessible Gardening: A Community Building Option for Brownfields Redevelopment (EPA fact sheet EPA 560-F-11-021, September 2011 [read]

While much of the success of this network is due to the vision and commitment of members, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA), the Area Agency on Aging for Philadelphia, deserves strong recognition for its foresight in supporting the group and for devoting staff time to its development.

We are very proud that our programming has catalyzed larger efforts by local organizations to make the city more “age-friendly”  and with your continued participation, we hope to further this trend in upcoming years.

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