Today we started our discussion about the NAP and what is Age-Friendly City. Age-Friendly city means an inclusive and accessible community environment that optimizes opportunities for health, participation and security for all people in order that quality of life and dignity are ensured as people age. Who also talked about how to achieve this kind of community. Professors introduced us to the WHO Checklist and I found that was extremely helpful when me and my group tried to make categories for out site analyze. According to the checklist, the eight key domains of urban life, health, and wellbeing are Outdoor spaces and buildings are Transportation, Housing, Respect and social inclusion, Civic participation and employment, Social participation, Community and health services and Communication and information. This checklist helped me learn more about what aspect that we need to look for.