Age-Friendly Environments and Self-Rated Health:

@article{Lehning2014AgeFriendlyEA,
  title={Age-Friendly Environments and Self-Rated Health:},
  author={Amanda J. Lehning and Richard John Smith and Ruth E. Dunkle},
  journal={Research on Aging},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={72 - 94}
}
While a number of organizations and government entities have encouraged the development of more “age-friendly” environments, to date there has been limited research linking these environment features to elder outcomes. Using a representative sample of older adults living in Detroit, this study examined the association between age-friendly environment factors and self-rated health. Results indicated that access to health care, social support, and community engagement were each associated with… CONTINUE READING

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