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Since the mid-1970s some evidence exists that some American cities are being "revitalized." This paper presents empirical evidence on the effects of revitalization on the elderly in three neighborhoods in Washington, D.C., Boston, and St. Paul. Evidence from three cities shows that citywide data...
Perceptions of, adaptations to, and use of the dwelling environment were examined in relation to time lapse following relocation of idependent older adults. Objectives of the study were based on the assumption that length of time, after relocation to an apartment expressly designed for the...
Older widows residing in the metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, area were interviewed concerning their relocation to a life care facility. Moving primarily for reasons of medical care and financial security, their needs appear to have been met by the facility. Safety, a third facet of security, was...
A survey was done of the environmental conditions in five senior citizen housing apartment buildings over a period of five years. It was found that the health problems of the residents had to be considered in association with the details of design and environmental conditions.
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