Housing accessibility for senior citizens in Sweden: Estimation of the effects of targeted elimination of environmental barriers
This research aims to estimate the effects of targeted elimination of environmental barriers (EB) in the ordinary housing stock in Sweden, and to explore the estimated effects on accessibility at a population level in relation to (a) residents with different functional profiles, (b) different housing types and (c) building periods. The elimination of the EB most commonly addressed by housing adap
Relationships between perceived aspects of home and symptoms in a cohort aged 67- 70.
The importance of the home environment increases with age. Perceived aspects of home influence life satisfaction, perceived health and independence in daily activities and well-being among very old people. However, research on health and perceived aspects of home among senior citizens in earlier phases of the aging process is lacking.
Voices on Relocation and Aging in Place in Very Old Age—A Complex and Ambivalent Matter
This cross-national qualitative study explores how very old people reflect upon relocation and aging in place.
The importance of successful place integration for perceived health in very old age: a qualitative meta-synthesis.
The aim of this study was to increase our understanding of the multifaceted phenomenon of home and health, by exploring processes underlying these dynamics when living at home in very old age.
Importance of the Home Environment for Healthy Aging: Conceptual and Methodological Background of the European ENABLE–AGE Project
Currently in Europe as well as in the United States, an increasing proportion of very old people remain living in their homes despite declines in physical and mental health.
Challenges of cross-national housing research with older persons: lessons from the ENABLE-AGE project
This article discusses the cross-national project Enabling Autonomy, Participation, and Well-Being in Old Age: The Home Environment as a Determinant for Healthy Ageing. Cross-national, interdisciplinary research always entails challenges, while those involving person-environment research have not yet been reported much in the literature.