Quality in Ageing and Older Adults: Volume 23 Issue 3

Promoting excellence in services through research, policy and practice

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Mixed methods evaluation on village neighborhood social cohesiveness and quality of life

Su-I Hou, Esteban Santis, Anna V. Eskamani, Khristen Holmes

The “Village” model has become an emerging, community-based, social initiative to help older adults age in place. This study aims to examine neighborhood social cohesion…

Optimizing older adult co-researchers’ involvement in PAR: proposed evaluation tool

Emilie Raymond, Christophe Tremblay, Jean-Guy Lebel

This paper aims to share a practical evaluation tool intended to guide and support the participation of older people in PAR projects. Participatory action research (PAR…

Use and perception of gerontechnology: differences in a group of Spanish older adults

Alicia Murciano-Hueso, Judith Martín-Lucas, Sara Serrate González, Patricia Torrijos Fincias

The purpose of this paper is to understand the profile of use of gerontechnology in Spanish older adults considering their age group (60–70; 71–80 and over 80 years) and…

An international qualitative feasibility study to explore the process of using social innovation (co-production) strategies with older people: the SAIL project

Holly Louise Crossen-White, Ann Hemingway, Adele Ladkin, Andrew Jones, Amanda Burke, Olaf Timmermans

This paper aims to present the feasibility study findings from a four-year project funded by the European Union Commission (the SAIL project, Staying Active and…

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Aging all over the place: a multidisciplinary framework that considers place and life trajectories of older adults within their communities

Melanie Levasseur, Daniel Naud, Nancy Presse, Nathalie Delli-Colli, Patrick Boissy, Benoît Cossette, Yves Couturier, Julien Cadieux Genesse

This conceptual paper aims to describe aging all over the place (AAOP), a federative framework for action, research and policy that considers older adults’ diverse…

Cover of Quality in Ageing and Older Adults

ISSN:

1471-7794

Online date, start – end:

2000

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Fiona Poland