We are pleased to inform you that Jiri Remr shared his insightful findings in a presentation titled “Willingness of the Elderly to Participate in the Development of Urban Environment.” It was a captivating session that highlighted the importance of integrating age-friendly interventions into institutional and implementation frameworks for successful urban planning and development. The research emphasized that activity-based interventions are not as effective as engagement-focused ones.
The results of the presented research underscore the need for inclusive and tailored strategies to engage seniors in shaping their local communities. By recognizing the unique perspectives and preferences of the elderly, we can foster their active involvement and create environments that support their needs. These findings have profound implications for urban planners, policymakers, and community leaders striving to build age-friendly cities that promote social cohesion and well-being.
We would like to extend our congratulations to Jiri Remr for his presentation and valuable contribution to the field of urban affairs. His research not only deepens our understanding of the dynamics between the elderly population and urban development but also provides actionable insights for designing effective interventions.