Evaluating the Outcomes of the South Australian Office for the Ageing’s All-Ages-Friendly Cities Strategy and Developing Future Indicators: Stage 2: Pilot Study of Age Friendly City Indicators

Wendy Lacey, Jane Andrew, Esther May, Haemish Middleton

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Abstract

The aim of this project was to test the effectiveness of OFTA’s investment in Age Friendly City strategies and initiatives made through partnerships with local governments in South Australia and to develop a recommended set of indicators identified as important to older South Australians. Stage 1 of the study (published May 2017) surveyed council staff and elected members on their age-friendly experiences. This Report (Stage 2) presents the findings, analysis and recommendations based on the survey of 470 residents and key stakeholders of 19 South Australian local governments (otherwise referred to as councils). The survey included 7 inner metropolitan councils, 6 outer metropolitan councils and 6 country (or rural) councils.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherUniversity of South Australia
Number of pages93
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2018
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameSA Health and University of South Australia Research Themes Investment Scheme

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