Aging in Place in Small Urban and Rural Communities
Examines the current state of aging in place, including cost benefits of rural residents living independently and using home health services and public transportation, rather than relocating to assisted living facilities. Includes statistics on costs of various types of senior living situations in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Maine, New Mexico, and Montana, and aging in place cost savings forecasts for these states.
Del Peterson, Ted Rieck
Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute
Aging and aging-related services · Elderly population · Home and community-based services · Home health · Housing and homelessness · Statistics and data · Transportation · Maine · Mississippi · Missouri · Montana · New Mexico · North Carolina · Pennsylvania · Wisconsin