Community Partnerships for Older Adults: Meeting the Housing Challenge
Atlanta, Boston, and San Francisco are examples of progressive communities facing growing demand for housing with service options for older adults. Community partnerships for older adults in these communities are bringing together groups who have not traditionally been partners--older adults, community planners, housing developers, municipal officials, and health and service representatives--to create local solutions to meet the needs of their older residents. Highlights of their work demonstrate how community partnerships are countering decades of fragmentation in long-term-care policy and funding, and moving housing with services for older adults to the forefront in their communities.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 2006
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