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Innovative Public-Private Models to Enhance Aging in Place in the United States

  title={Innovative Public-Private Models to Enhance Aging in Place in the United States},
  author={Morgan Clark and Emily A. Greenfield and Chienchung Huang},
ing population aging. With advanced age, people are more likely to confront challenges to their physical health, mental health, economic security, housing, and access to supports. These challenges threaten people’s ability to age in place, which is the preference of many older people. This paper examines innovative approaches to support aging in place in the United States, including public -private partnerships, integrative service models, and local community initiatives. Research Report #26… 
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