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Trends in the physical environments for active living-5415

Trends in the physical environments for active living

In this special section of the Journal on Active Aging, discover award-winning designs in three focus areas for community remodeling and construction: dining spaces, outdoor spaces, and spaces that support functional ability.

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Inside the buildings: Research highlights wellness opportunities by Patricia Ryan, MS-5408

Inside the buildings: Research highlights wellness opportunities by Patricia Ryan, MS

The buildings are in place, the grass is cut, and a person at the front door greets arrivals. The structures provide the settings, but what will an older adult find when she or he walks through the front door? ... To answer this question, the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) gathered information from its members and associated network through two recent surveys.

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Alexis Abramson takes aim at marketing to age 50+ consumers by Colin Milner-4983

Alexis Abramson takes aim at marketing to age 50+ consumers by Colin Milner

Boomers have joined with today's longer-living older generations to create a demographic representing a wealth of business opportunities for all kinds of companies. Gerontologist and industry expert Dr. Alexis Abramson shares information and advice for marketers (and businesses) setting out to target the older-adult market or improve the success of their efforts.

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The future of aging, part two: preventing disease and preserving function by Jenifer Milner-4909

The future of aging, part two: preventing disease and preserving function by Jenifer Milner

As population aging transforms society, what issues of significance present new challenges and opportunities for those in the field of active aging? And what effect will these developments have? The International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) asked members of its scientific and industry advisory boards to share their thoughts. In this installment of "The future of aging" series, the spotlight falls on preventing chronic disease and preserving physical function.

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Finding the right place for active aging by Patricia Ryan-4827

Finding the right place for active aging by Patricia Ryan

What kind of housing will allow aging adults to live well? As the lifestyle preferences of the Boomers diverge from those of previous older generations, developers rethink housing options to meet their needs.

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Trends in active aging-4826

Trends in active aging

Population, housing and communities intersect to support active lifestyles for older adults. The size of this market creates growth potential for companies and organizations providing services to help individuals age in place.

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