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Abstract The Japanese cultural adaptation of the Australian Environmental Assessment Tool-Higher Care (J-EAT) was developed for use in Japan’s small-scale living facilities. This study aimed to validate the J-EAT. Twenty-five dementia care experts (7 gerontologists and 18 facility care workers)...
Abstract This study explores whether there are differences in the perception of intergenerational living between three age categories under the umbrella term of “older adults,” specifically among the emerging old (aged 50–64), young-old (aged 65–79), and old-old (aged 80 and above). While survey...
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