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Aging in Place


Aging in Place

Volume 12, number 2

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga


Aging in Place

Guest Editors: Cheryl A. Levine, Gavin Kennedy, and Emily Rosenoff

Guest Editors' Introduction

Assessing the Quality of Care Found in Affordable Clustered Housing-Care Arrangements: Key To Informing Public Policy
Stephen M. Golant, Pamela Parsons, and Peter A. Boling

Integrating Community Services Within a NORC: The Park La Brea Experience
Susan Enguidanos, Jon Pynoos, Maria Siciliano, Laura Diepenbrock, and Susan Alexman

Health-Related Needs Assessment of Older Residents in Subsidized Housing
Victoria Cotrell and Paula C. Carder

Health Indicators: A Proactive and Systematic Approach to Healthy Aging
Fredda Vladeck, Rebecca Segel, Mia Oberlink, Michal D. Gursen, and Danylle Rudin

Aging in Place Partnerships: A Training Program for Family Caregivers of Residents Living in Affordable Senior Housing
Alisha Sanders, Robyn Stone, Rhoda Meador, and Victoria Parker

Refereed Papers

Real Estate Brokers' Duties to Their Clients: Why Some States Mandate Minimum Service Requirements
Anupam Nanda and Katherine A. Pancak

Trailers and Trouble? An Examination of Crime in Mobile Home Communities
William P. McCarty


Graphic Detail

Recovery Act of 2009—Public Housing Capital Fund: Obligations and Number of Jobs by ZIP Code
Todd W. NcNeil

Data Shop

Using the Health and Retirement Study To Analyze Housing Decisions, Housing Values, and Housing Prices
Hugo Benítez-Silva, Selçuk Eren, Frank Heiland, and Sergi Jiménez-Martín

Referees 2009–10

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