- (chiefly US) open to people of all ages, particularly to children under the age of 18 (of an entertainment event, particularly music or dance) There are some all ages contests at the fair.
In the United States, many entertainment events are restricted to those over the drinking age (21+) or to those who are legally adults (18+). An event that is open to those who are legally children – primarily (non-adult) teens (13–17) and sometimes tweens (roughly 8–12) – is referred to as an all ages event. Such an event may or may not be suitable for young children, infants, and babies – if it is, it may be referred to specifically as family friendly.
Explore what Unitarian Universalism has to offer by age and stage:
We build connections across the generations. Toddlers laugh and play with elders, teens have meaningful conversations with adults their parents’ age, elementary schoolers and college students work together on a project. We watch each other learn and grow as we explore our faiths, our identities, and our world.
What is an Age-Friendly city? According to the World Health Organization ( WHO), it’s a place that makes a conscious effort to encourage active aging, a place that provides opportunities for such things as good health, inclusion and security. It’s a place that enhances the quality of life for people as they age.
Salem for All Ages is about creating a welcoming, livable, and supportive community
for people of all ages, abilities, and interests.
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Author: The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Publisher: RCSENG -Communications
The e-guide provides information on
The e-guide ‘Healthy Workplaces for all Ages’ provides workplaces with information and support for occupational safety and health (OSH) management in the context of an ageing workforce. Its aim is to increase awareness and knowledge related to the ageing of the workforce, the ageing process itself and its implications at the workplace, and to provide practical guidance on how to deal with the related challenges.