Understanding the Housing Needs of Older Owner- Occupiers

@inproceedings{Satsangi2015UnderstandingTH,
  title={Understanding the Housing Needs of Older Owner- Occupiers},
  author={Madhu Satsangi and Vikki McCall and Corinne Greasley-Adams},
  year={2015}
}
4 FOREWORD In general, housing for older people is understood, or at least discussed, in terms of adaptations, avoiding trips and falls to reduce unplanned hospital admissions and " bed blocking ". New build for older people is, for the most part talked about in the context of what Social Landlords should be doing. The specific issues that exist across tenures has been recognised but not fully articulated or explored. With over 75% of all over 65 year olds owning their own homes, the issues of… CONTINUE READING

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