Table 1: Social ecological model for healthy aging domains and their most influential key professions or organizations.

Social ecological model for healthy aging: core domainKey professional fieldsRepresentative organizations

InterpersonalArchitectsAmerican Institute of Architects
(http://www.aia.org/)
Building inspectorsNat. Academy of Build. Inspect. Engineers
(http://www.nabie.org/)
Home buildersNat. Association of Home Builders
(http://www.nahb.org/)
Housing authoritiesPublic Housing Authorities Directors Assoc.
(http://www.phada.org/)
Nat. Council of State Housing Agencies
(http://www.ncsha.org/) Nat.
Assoc. of Housing & Redevelop. Officials
(http://www.nahro.org/)
Injury prevention specialistsSafe States Alliance
(http://www.safestates.org/)
Occupational therapistsAmerican Occupational Therapy Assoc.
(http://www.aota.org/)

InstitutionalGerontology/aging studiesGerontological Society of America
(http://www.geron.org/)
Housing and community development plannerAmerican Planning Association
(http://www.planning.org/)
Landscape architectsAmerican Society of Landscape Architects
(http://www.asla.org/)
Law enforcementInternational Assoc. of Chiefs of Police
(http://www.theiacp.org/)

CommunityAging services specialistsNat. Association of Area Agencies on Aging
(http://www.n4a.org/)
Healthcare services and facilities administratorsAmerican Hospital Association
(http://www.aha.org/)
Urban and regional plannersAmerican Planning Association
(http://www.planning.org/)
Assoc. of Metropolitan Planning Organizations
(http://www.ampo.org/)
Public health professionalsNat. Assoc. of County & City Health Officials
(http://www.naccho.org/)
Parks and recreation specialistsNat. Recreation and Park Assoc.
(http://www.nrpa.org/)
Transportation/transit planners and engineersInstitute of Transportation Engineers
(http://www.ite.org/)

Public PolicyPolicymakers and elected officialsNat. League of Cities
(http://www.nlc.org/)
U. S. Conference of Mayors
(http://www.mayors.org/)
Nat. Assoc. of Counties
(http://www.naco.org/)