Through Road to Livability, trained volunteers help people age 50-plus assess and compare "what they have" with "what they will need" in the future regarding their home, car, and community. Identifying and making low- to no-cost modifications can allow people to age-in-place and live independently as long as they can.
Road to Livability includes the AARP HomeFit, CarFit, Smart Driver, and We Need to Talk programs, and provides information about the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities. All are part of the AARP Livable Communities initiative.
We're scheduling a 2016 Spring training for new Road to Livability volunteers, and we'd love to have you join us! To sign up or if you have questions, please email or call AARP Connecticut Community Outreach Director Erica Michalowski via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 548-3163.