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Aging in the Right Place
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Title : Aging in the Right Place
Books Rank : 241360
Author : Stephen Golant
Publisher : Health Professions Press
ISBN : 1938870336
Pages : 416
Type : Paperback
Language : English
Label : Health Professions Press
Categories: Decorative Arts
Type : Paperback Paperback at Amazon
Price : $54.99 on amazon store
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Aging in the Right Place highlights the profound influence of where older people live and receive long-term care on their ability to age successfully. It explores the many pathways to thriving in old age, ranging from aging in place (staying put) in their current homes to moving to housing and care settings especially tailored to match their lifestyles and vulnerabilities. The book argues that older persons in poor health, with disabilities, or unfavorable demographics are not precluded from aging successfully, if they make the right living choices.
Expansive in its coverage, Aging in the Right Place examines the current role of family assistance, private sector housing and care initiatives, and government programs along with the potential of smart home technologies and innovative planning and long-term care solutions.
Yet the book tries to cut through the marketing hype of all these aging in place and moving options–older people often must settle for the least imperfect places to live. They are offered solutions that are poorly implemented or do not respond to the totality of their unmet needs. To understand whether older people feel they are living in the right places, the book presents a helpful model that assesses their residential normalcy, that is, whether they live in comfortable places where they feel competent and in control. “For in the end, it is older people who must take charge of their lives to maximize their happiness, and the places they live and receive care can make their quest easier.”
Book should be of interest to a broad readership–experts, providers, administrators, older people, and their family caregivers.
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