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Can Rural Communities Support Aging Populations? A Case Study in South Frontenac Township, Ontario, Canada
When planning for care for the aging population, the aging-in-place movement aims to keep older adults at home if possible – but how feasible is this method for the rural population? Previous research has shown that rural ...
Homelessness, Stable Housing, and Opportunities for Healthy Aging: Exploring the Relationships
This dissertation contributes to the existing literature on aging and health in human geography by exploring the relationships among homelessness, stable housing, and opportunities for healthy aging. Over the last 30 years, ...