Center for Housing Plus Services

Center for Housing Plus Services

The LeadingAge Center for Housing Plus Services (CHPS) serves as a national catalyst for the development, adoption and support of innovative affordable housing solutions that enable low- and modest-income seniors to age safely and successfully in their homes and communities. Learn more about how the center facilitates change.

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  1. Exploring Intergenerational Programming in Senior Housing

    LeadingAge and Generations United are using funds from The Retirement Research Foundation to explore the characteristics and benefits of intergenerational programming in senior housing properties.

  2. LeadingAge and its Massachusetts Partners Design Housing Plus Services Study

    The LeadingAge Center for Housing Plus Services is working with several partners in Massachusetts to design a new study that will assess the impact of housing plus services programs on residents living in some of the state’s affordable senior housing properties.

  3. Is Unconscious Bias Impeding Your Culture Change Efforts?

    An incredible level of self-awareness among administrators, and a concerted effort to overcome conscious and unconscious biases among staff, families, and residents, have helped Leonardville Nursing Home in Kansas thoroughly adopt person-centered care and employee empowerment.

  4. What Does It Take to Start a Housing-Health Partnership?

    The Housing and Health Partnerships Toolkit developed last year by the LeadingAge Center for Housing Plus Services is the topic of a new online interview with Alisha Sanders, managing director of the Center.

  5. How to Combat Loneliness in Residential Care Settings

    Resident engagement and peer support can be more effective than traditional activities programs in addressing loneliness and depression among residents of nursing homes, assisted living settings, and retirement communities. That’s the conclusion of a new paper co-authored by Robyn Stone, executive director of the LeadingAge ...