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Staying Put: Adapting the Places Instead of the People
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Susan Lanspery Joan Hyde
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Staying Put: Adapting the Places Instead of the People

Susan Lanspery Joan Hyde


9780415784276

Routledge


Architectural structure & design;
Residential buildings, domestic buildings;
Ergonomics


Paperback

283 pages

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Most existing housing offers a poor fit for older people and people with disabilities, and new construction adds less than 2 per cent to the housing each year. Ninety-nine percent of the housing that will be in use in the year 2000 exists today. The long-needed anthology Staying Put: Adapting the Places Instead of the People emphasizes the disabilities and abilities of environments instead of individuals. With contributions from leading authorities, it integrates a wide range of theoretical and practical ideas about housing adaptation for researchers, students, consumers, policymakers, and practitioners in human services and the building trades.

By:   Susan Lanspery, Joan Hyde
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Weight:   544g
ISBN:   9780415784276
ISBN 10:   0415784271
Pages:   283
Publication Date:   January 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  College/higher education ,  ELT Advanced ,  Primary
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Introduction: Staying Put Susan Lanspery, James J. Callahan, Jr., Judith R. Miller, and Joan Hyde PART I REFRAMING HOUSING ADAPTATIONS Living at Home: The Convergence of Aging and Disability Irving Kenneth Zola Design Directives in Home Adaptation Jon Pynoos and Victor Regnier Technology and Home Adaptations Paul John Grayson PART II USERS' PERSPECTIVES IN HOME ADAPTATION The Elderly Consumer's Decision to Accept or Reject Home Adaptations: Issues and Perspectives Russell J. Ohta and Brenda M. Ohta Home Adaptation for Alzheimer's Households: The Importance of a Consumer Perspective Nina M. Silverstein and Joan Hyde Individualizing Home Modification Recommendations to Facilitate Performance of Routine Activities Bettye Rose Connell and Jon A. Sanford The Effects of Income on Home Modification: Can They Afford to Stay Put? Phyllis H. Mutschler PART III IMPLEMENTING HOUSING ADAPTATION PROGRAMS The Delivery of Home Modification and Repair Services Jon Pynoos, Phoebe Liebig, Julie Overton, and Emily Calvert Establishing Home Modification, Maintenance, and Repair Programs in Community-Based Agencies Russell W. Hereford Adapting Subsidized Housing: The Experience of the Supportive Services Program in Senior Housing Susan C. Lanspery PART IV HOUSING ADAPTATION POLICY Fostering Adaptive Housing: An Overview of Funding Sources, Laws, and Policies Robin Talbert, Paul John Grayson, and Joan Hyde Implications of the 1988 Fair Housing Act for the Frail Elderly Sandra J. Newman and Molli N. Mezrich Research, Policy, and Practice in Housing Adaptations: Future Directions Katrinka Smith Sloan, Joan Hyde, and Susan Lanspery Epilogue Report on the First National Invitational Conference on Home Modification Mary Ann Wilner Contributors

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