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Future housing for older people

Future housing for older people Feature Vanessa Burholt Centre for Social Policy Research and Development, Institute of Medical and Social Care Research, University of Wales, Bangor Gill Windle Centre for Social Policy Research and Development, Institute of Medical and Social Care Research, University of Wales, Bangor indicate which factors people think would force them to relocate. Respondents were Future asked about four domains or areas: physical health, psychological health, social support and house conditions. This article compares the identified housing for key themes for two cohorts: 423 people aged 70 and over and 51 people between the ages of 50 and 60 living in a older people rural area of North Wales. Vanessa Burholt and Gill Windle describe Findings results from a collaborative piece of research (Housing for an Ageing Population: Planning Physical health Implications – HAPPI), funded by Wales Office Over one-fifth (21%) of the older respondents were of Research and Development for Health and not prepared to consider what change in their Social Care, developed in partnership with physical health would precipitate a move from their Gwynedd Rural Ageing Network, and house. A typical response was: undertaken at the University of Wales, Bangor. ‘I’ll have to have my back to the wall, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Working with Older People Emerald Publishing

Future housing for older people

Working with Older People , Volume 8 (3): 4 – Sep 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1366-3666
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10.1108/13663666200400041
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Feature Vanessa Burholt Centre for Social Policy Research and Development, Institute of Medical and Social Care Research, University of Wales, Bangor Gill Windle Centre for Social Policy Research and Development, Institute of Medical and Social Care Research, University of Wales, Bangor indicate which factors people think would force them to relocate. Respondents were Future asked about four domains or areas: physical health, psychological health, social support and house conditions. This article compares the identified housing for key themes for two cohorts: 423 people aged 70 and over and 51 people between the ages of 50 and 60 living in a older people rural area of North Wales. Vanessa Burholt and Gill Windle describe Findings results from a collaborative piece of research (Housing for an Ageing Population: Planning Physical health Implications – HAPPI), funded by Wales Office Over one-fifth (21%) of the older respondents were of Research and Development for Health and not prepared to consider what change in their Social Care, developed in partnership with physical health would precipitate a move from their Gwynedd Rural Ageing Network, and house. A typical response was: undertaken at the University of Wales, Bangor. ‘I’ll have to have my back to the wall,

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Working with Older PeopleEmerald Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 2004

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