2 edition of Housing adjustments of older people : a report of findings from the first phase found in the catalog.
Housing adjustments of older people : a report of findings from the first phase
Sandra J. Newman
1975 by Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan in [Ann Arbor] .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Housing adjustments of older people: a report of findings from the first phase. [Sandra J Newman; University of Michigan. Institute for Social Research.; National Institute of.
Get this from a library. Housing adjustments of older people: a report of findings from the second phase. [Sandra J Newman; University of Michigan. Institute for Social Research.]. Institute for Social Research: Housing adjustments of older people: a report of findings from the second phase / (Ann Arbor, Mich.: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, ), also by Sandra J.
Newman (page images at HathiTrust). Housing and Housing-Related Needs. This section, which draws heavily on an earlier paper (Struyk and Katsura, ), inventories the current housing needs of the elderly to provide an idea of the extent of the need for various types of housing assistance.
University of Michigan. Survey Research Center: Housing adjustments of older people;: a report of findings from the first phase. ([Ann Arbor]: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, ), also by Sandra J.
Newman (page images at HathiTrust) University of Michigan. James N. Morgan. University of Housing adjustments of older people: A report of findings from the second phase Components of change in family well-being and other analyses of the first.
Modifying the home environments of older people as they age in place is a well-established health and social care intervention. Using design and construction methods to redress any imbalance caused by the ageing process or disability within the home environment, occupational therapists are seen as the experts in this field of practice.
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