Meeting the Challenges of Aging in Public Housing

by Erica McFadden, Joanna Lucio

January 15, 2016

Public-housing authorities across the country are wrestling with meeting the needs of frail seniors in need of supportive housing, where the services that elderly people need to age in place safely, independently and comfortably are readily available. The bad news is that the numbers in need of these services will only grow in coming years, as will the costs. The good news is that a potent, largely untapped resource is close at hand: the seniors themselves.

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http://www.governing.com/gov-institute/voices/col-supportive-public-housing-seniors-aging-in-place.html

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