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Looking Into the Future: How the Aging of America Will Impact Senior Housing
Housing America's Seniors
Robert Schafer, et al.
Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University, 2000
Aging, Autonomy, and Architecture: Advances in Assisted Living
Benyamin Schwarz and Ruth Brent, eds.
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999