Resources for assessing age friendliness

Useful resources when assessing how age friendly your community is and which other programmes might work well with yours.

Resources for assessing current state

Resources for engaging with Māori

There are many other resources available to support your work with Māori:

Resources for engaging with Pacific communities

The Ministry for Pacific Peoples provides a range of resources to guide engagement with Pacific Peoples.

Resources – Ministry for Pacific Peoples

Resources for engaging with ethnic communities

The Ministry for Ethnic Communities offers a range of resources on their website, including the Ethnicity Matters guide to working with and responding to the needs of ethnic communities.

Resources – Ministry of Ethnic Communities

Resources for working with rural and remote communities

The Ministry for Primary Industries has developed ‘rural proofing’ guidance, to help policy makers consider the challenges faced by the rural sector.

Rural proofing guidance

Another practical guide has been developed in Canada which identifies indicators of age friendly rural/remote communities.

Age-Friendly Rural and Remote Communities: A Guide [PDF, 682KB]

Useful examples

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