2018 Home and Community Preferences: A National Survey of Adults Age 18-Plus

  title={2018 Home and Community Preferences: A National Survey of Adults Age 18-Plus},
  author={Joanne Binette and Kerri L. Vasold},
The Age-Friendly Community Policy Movement and the Residential Location of U.S. Older Adults: The Case of Hamilton County, Ohio
  • Jongwoong Kim
  • Sociology
    Journal of applied gerontology : the official journal of the Southern Gerontological Society
  • 2022
This study maps and discusses the status of the age-friendly community movement in a United States (U.S.) residential-geographic context using the AARP Livability Index and Hamilton County, Ohio, as
COVID-19, Social Distancing, and an Ethic of Care: Rethinking Later-Life Care in the U.S
In 2020, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) disrupted life around the globe. In the United States, governors issued state of emergency orders and mandated shelter-in-place and social distancing
Co‐residence beliefs 1973–2018: Older adults feel differently than younger adults
Objective This brief study examines support for co-residence (i.e. aging parents living with their adult children), and how age predicts support for this belief considering the rapidly aging U.S.
The Effect of Immigration on the Living Arrangements of Elderly Natives
  • D. Mockus
  • Economics
    SSRN Electronic Journal
  • 2021
The elderly overwhelmingly desire to age in place (not live in a nursing home), and the workforce supporting aging in place has a relatively high share of low-skill immigrants. This paper examines
Barriers to Aging in Place in Rural Communities: Perspectives from State Offices of Rural Health
Findings from an online survey of State Offices of Rural Health (SORHs) describing barriers for older adults in successfully aging in place in rural communities, and recommendations for how to improve the ability to safely age in Place in rural areas of their states are presented.
Integrated Sensing Systems for Monitoring Interrelated Physiological Parameters in Young and Aged Adults
The study probed feasibility of 1) multi-metric assessment under free living conditions, and 2) tracking of the various metrics over time to test the feasibility of implementation of a multitude of research-level methods simultaneously in a “smart system”.
Aging in Community Mechanism: Transforming Communities to Achieving Person–Environment Fit Across Time
Aging-in-Community (AIC) has been the preferred way to aging. However, there is a mismatch between the communities' design and the needs of older adults. With the rapidly growing aging population g...
The new platforms of health care
  • E. Dorsey
  • Medicine, Political Science
    npj Digital Medicine
  • 2021
This change in measuring health and delivering health care will create opportunities for educators to expand the settings for training, researchers to conduct studies at enormous scale, payors to embrace lower-cost clinical settings, and patients to make their voices heard.
Stimulating Research to Enhance Aging in Place
The purpose of this article is to describe the proceedings of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF) 2019 Planning Grant Collective and describe the areas of research that were identified as critical.