Place-making with older people: building partnerships to achieve meaningful affordable housing

  • Sixsmith, J. (Invited speaker)
  • Fang, M. L. (Invited speaker)
  • Ryan Woolrych (Invited speaker)
  • Sarah L. Canham (Invited speaker)
  • Lupin Battersby (Invited speaker)
  • Andrew Sixsmith (Invited speaker)

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk


    Ageing-in-place: what is best for older people is to remain in the residential environment (e.g. home and neighborhood).
    Providing older adults can retain a sense of independence. Understandings of home are situated in the context of the wider community – availability of informal and formal supports, transportation options, neighbourhood design. The community is a place where older adults can remain active, engaged, socially connected, and independent. Ability to remain in the home depends on economic, social and environmental resources – asset-based approach.
    Period10 Feb 2016
    Event titleBritish Psychological Society (BPS) Research Seminar Series Beyond Boundaries: Exploring Psychologies of Ageing. Seminar 3: Ageing in Place: Independence and Communities
    Event typeSeminar
    LocationKeele, United KingdomShow on map