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Title: Aging in place
Authors: Fong, BYF 
Law, VT 
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Medical Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global)
Source: In B Fong, A Ng & P Yuen (Eds.), Sustainable health and long-term care solutions for an aging population, Chapter 14, p. 259-276. Hershey PA: Medical Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), [2018] How to cite?
Abstract: Aging is a function of time and is a natural and integral part of the life cycle. Aging process differs among individuals and brings all kinds of changes, affecting not just the physical body and its functions, but also to the social, psychological and financial situations to individuals. Aging in place (AIP) is a common preference among older people for remaining in their local community and maintaining their social networks throughout the aging process. Issues about appropriateness of aging in place, long-term care, and residential homes are discussed. Some models and recommendations are discussed, completed with thoughts on future studies.
ISBN: 9781522526346
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2633-9.ch014
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