Overall, the older citizens of The Hague value the age-friendliness of their city as well sufficient.
They give high scores to their own homes; outdoor spaces and buildings on the contrary score significantly lower. People in the situation of having a lower income, health and mobility issues are less satisfied. These are the main outcomes of the monitoring assessment of the age-friendliness of The Hague, valued by The Hague older adults in the age-group of 65 years and above.
The report is part of the activities of the Monitor Age-friendly City The Hague project.
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