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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Explore Our Work

  1. Honor Your Nurse Leaders and Health Equity Innovators

    You have until April 30 to submit a nomination for the Joan Anne McHugh Award for Leadership in LTSS Nursing, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Equity.

  2. New Report Explores Intergenerational Programming in Senior Housing

    "Intergenerational Programming in Senior Housing: From Promise to Practice" describes findings from the first phase of a 2-part study that the LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston and Generations United are conducting with support from the Retirement Research Foundation.

  3. New Grant: Creating and Sustaining an Intergenerational Culture in Senior Housing

    The LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston and Generations United are working together to foster a broader culture of intergenerational interaction and exchange that, over time, becomes normalized in the housing setting.

  4. LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston: 2017 Annual Report

    It’s been a busy research year for LeadingAge. We established the LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston, made progress on groundbreaking studies designed to test housing plus services models, and documented the impressive benefits associated with culture change in nursing homes. We invite you to review these and other accomplishments, and to learn more about our work.

  5. How Wellness Coaching is Advancing Health Equity in Colorado

    Eaton Senior Communities has embraced wellness coaching as a “fundamental part of what we do,” says Chief Operating Officer Diana Delgado. The coaching model helped 2 team members at the Lakewood, CO, community earn the 2017 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Equity.