This article proposes an analytical framework for the understanding of aging in place, and asks: Which housing alternatives are compatible with aging in place? Who are responsible for providing housing in old age? A literature review demonstrates that there is no agreement on the “place” in aging in place, but that aging in place policies entail joint individual and public responsibility for housing. An empirical example demonstrates different policy expressions of aging in place at national and local government levels in Norway. The article questions whether a need to move to receive care is compatible with aging in place.
SOURCE: Martens, Christine Thokle Martens. “Aging in Which Place? Connecting aging in place with individual responsibility, housing markets, and the welfare state.” Journal of Housing For the Elderly11 p. [Published online: 13 December 2017]
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