Designing Interiors to Mitigate Physical and Cognitive Deficits Related to Aging and to Promote Longevity in Older Adults: A Review

@article{Engineer2018DesigningIT,
  title={Designing Interiors to Mitigate Physical and Cognitive Deficits Related to Aging and to Promote Longevity in Older Adults: A Review},
  author={Altaf Engineer and E. Sternberg and B. Najafi},
  journal={Gerontology},
  year={2018},
  volume={64},
  pages={612 - 622}
}
  • Altaf Engineer, E. Sternberg, B. Najafi
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Gerontology
  • Background: With the increasing global population of older adults, there is a need for environmental interventions that directly affect their physical, psychological, and emotional well-being to help them maintain or regain their independence and autonomy – all of which promote longevity. Methods: To better understand potential opportunities and challenges associated with interior design and “future homes” that may promote well-being, aging in place, and independent living in older adults, the… CONTINUE READING
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