The LeadingAge Center for Housing Plus Services is involved in several projects that are examining how linking affordable housing with services can help meet the health and long-term care needs of the growing low-income older adult population.
This multi-faceted research project explored whether affordable senior housing can serve as an effective platform for helping to address the health and long-term care needs of low-income older residents.
The Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CC-ABHI), located at Baycrest Health Sciences (Baycrest) in Toronto, Canada, is offering funding to accelerate innovative solutions that will allow older adults to age safely in the setting of their choice while maintaining their cognitive, emotional, and physical well-being. Katie Sloan, LeadingAge’s president and CEO, serves on the Board of CC-ABHI.
A new training program in North Carolina will help personal and home care aides (PHCA) move more easily between care settings during their careers.
Recent research suggests that making sure low-income Americans have an affordable place to live can contribute to meeting the nation’s health reform goals.
This edition highlights research underway in conjunction with LeadingAge's Center on Applied Research, and models of achieving aging in place in non-subsidized settings as well.
An informal conference call on a recent Friday afternoon convinced representatives of 4 LeadingAge member organizations just how much they had in common.
LeadingAge, Enterprise Community Partners, and Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future are piloting a new Housing Plus Services Learning Collaborative that includes teams of nonprofit affordable housing properties and service providers in their communities.
The LeadingAge Center for Applied Research is working with RTI International on a newly awarded contract to evaluate the Supports and Services at Home (SASH) program. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is funding the evaluation.