The evolution of housing typologies for older adults in the Netherlands from 1945-2016: an analysis in the context of policy, societal and technological developments

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This study aims to examine housing typologies for older adults in the light of three qualitatively examined exogenous factors: policy, societal and technological changes. The developments in inpatient and semi-residential care facilities for older adults have been mapped from 1945-2016 using quantitative data. Using this data five transition periods can be distinguished.
This research shows that the classification of inpatient, semi-residential and outpatient living may no longer be applicable in its current form. Through exogenous factors new typologies have emerged and this paper proposes a classification as a foundation for further research into housing typologies for older adults.
TaalEngels
Pagina's205-226
TijdschriftJournal of Housing for the Elderly
Volume33
Nummer van het tijdschrift3
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 2019

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technical development
Netherlands
Inpatients
typology
housing
Residential Facilities
Research
Outpatients
technological change

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