Dayton Metro Library is hosting Age-Friendly Dayton: Housing as a Longevity Driver at the Main Library, Community Room A, on Tuesday, October 3, from 10 - 11:30 am. This forum is designed to discuss housing needs and options for older adults in the Montgomery County region. Patrons are encouraged to come prepared to share ideas about housing options that support a quality of life across the aging spectrum.
This program is part of a series of “Age-Friendly” community conversations facilitated by Miami Valley Planning Commission Del Mar Encore Fellow, Donna Kastner. The purpose of this series is to obtain feedback from Montgomery County's older adult population as to what their needs are for services and infrastructure in our region that would support aging and encourage a robust quality of life.
Registration is not required. The remaining programs in the series will take place this fall at different DML locations. Details about each program can be found here, opens a new window. Additional questions may also be directed to the Library’s Ask Me Line at 937.463.2665.