Prof. Salkin: The Livable New York Resource Manual

The Livable New York Resource Manual was released by the New York State Office for the Aging to help local officials, professionals and residents plan, zone and develop for livable communities, aging-in-place and sustainable neighborhoods – stressing future-based planning on evolving demographic trends. The manual addresses the Livable New York focus areas – housing, transportation, mobility, green buildings, energy alternatives and inclusive planning. The Livable New York Resource Manual is available on-line at http://www.aging.ny.gov/LivableNY/ResourceManual/TOC.cfm

 

Flu vaccine finder

Just in time for flu season, Google is collaborating with the U.S.

Department for Health and Human Services (HHS), their flu.gov

collaborators and the American Lung Association to help you easily
find nearby locations to get the flu vaccine. When searching for flu-
related terms, information will appear at the top of your search
results, including tips from flu.gov and a flu vaccine finder box with
an expanding map that displays locations where you can receive
vaccine.

http://www.google.org/flushot