Age-Friendly NEO, Investment Fraud

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The World Health Organization wants cities to prepare for the rapid aging of populations and increasing urbanization. So, how prepared are our cities? On The Sound of Ideas, we look at the Age -Friendly Cleveland initiative and go beyond Cleveland to discuss what makes life better, and more fulfilling, for older adults across the region. Plus, advice on avoiding investment fraud.



Summary on Age-Friendly Cleveland

Cleveland Department of Aging


-Emily Campbell, Age-Friendly Cleveland Summary Project Leader, Center for Community Solutions

-Linda Feagler, AARP Volunteer, Senior Editor, Ohio Magazine

-Jane Fumich, Director, Cleveland Department of Aging

-Terry Hokenstad, Distinguished University Professor, Case Western Reserve University, Age-Friendly Cleveland Advisory Chair

-John Chapman, Lead Attorney, Chapman LLC

-Robin Burrell, Family Member of an Investment Fraud Victim

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