This paper explores the concept of Ageing in Place and how it is currently understood in Australia.
The aim of the study is to analyse the diversity and types of service integrated housing that have been developed in Australia, and to consider the policy and research implications. It includes examination of the implications of international experience with service integrated housing for Australia.
The building and maintenance of an age-friendly environment is widely regarded as a core component of a positive approach to addressing the challenge of population ageing. This paper reviews the literature on age-friendly communities published since 2005.
This paper undertakes a comprehensive review of the growing international literature on age-friendly communities. It examines a range of approaches and identifies the key attributes associated with creating a sustainable environment for seniors. The authors critically evaluate emerging policy trends and models and suggest directions for future research attention.