Age-specific housing and care for low to moderate income older people – Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute – 2011

Posted on September 22, 2011. Filed under: Aged Care / Geriatrics | Tags: , |

Age-specific housing and care for low to moderate income older people – Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute – 2011

Bridge, C. et al. (2011) Age-specific housing and care for low to moderate income older people, AHURI Final Report No.174. Melbourne: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.

“Aims and questions

This report presents the final findings of a national, interdisciplinary research project into age-specific housing for lower-income older Australians. The key research aim addressed in this report is to assess Australia’s current age-specific housing market and its potential growth among low to moderate income older people, in order to develop effective policy strategies for the provision of age-specific housing for this disadvantaged group.

This project examines the increasing demand for age-appropriate and affordable housing that can adequately encompass the care needs of older people with low to moderate incomes, the housing types and options currently available to lower-income older people, and future trends and policy strategies that may emerge in answer to this demand.”

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