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Abstract This article provides a perspective on the development of an international consensus on the values and principles guiding building designs that enable people living with dementia to live full lives. A manifesto based on views contained in the Alzheimer’s Disease International World...
Abstract The design of urban environments often influences neighborhood physical activity and is crucial to supporting the health and mobility of aging urban populations. However, changes to urban infrastructure take time to implement and are rarely evaluated over long periods. In this study, we...
Abstract In previous research on aging and place, it comes forward that many people mainly prefer to age in place because they feel connected to their homes and secure in a familiar environment. This paper aims to understand how older adults living independently at home construct their...
Abstract The physical environment of long-term care settings can contribute to maintaining the self-management and independence of older people. This integrative literature review examined which features of the physical environment were considered valuable, and how they contributed to...
Abstract Neighborhood environments have been positively associated with older adults’ engagement outcomes. As mid- and late-life work participation gains traction, the scope of productive engagement in later life expands concomitantly. However, current age-friendly neighborhood paradigms remain...
Abstract As age-related changes progress, individuals with long-term mobility disabilities experience more challenges in engaging with everyday activities. This archival analysis identified common activity challenges older adults with long-term mobility disabilities report and the type of...
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