Generations Journal is the quarterly journal of the American Society on Aging. Each issue is devoted to bringing together the most useful and current knowledge about a specific topic in the field of aging, with emphasis on practice, research, and policy.
Housing: Often Overlooked, but a Critical Pillar for Older Adults
By Alisha Sanders
The Meanings and Materialities of “Home” for Older People
By Janine L. Wiles and Gavin J. Andrews
Can the Nation’s Housing Support a Population Seeking to Age in Place?
By Jennifer H. Molinsky and Christopher Herbert
Falling Short: Federal Housing Assistance is Failing Older Adults
By Linda M. Couch
Homeownership Among Older Adults: A Source of Stability—or Stress?
By Christopher Herbert and Jennifer H. Molinsky
Instead of Aging in Place, How About Trying to Age in the Right Place?
By Karan Kaul, Laura S. Goodman, and Alanna McCargo
Homelessness Among Older Adults: An Emerging Crisis
By Margot Kushel
Overcoming Inertia to Jumpstart Home Modifications for Aging in Place
By Louis Tenenbaum and Susan Kimmel
A Solutions-Oriented Partnership Helps Metro Detroit Elders Stay Safe at Home
By Yuliya Gaydayenko
Building a Lifelong Community for All Ages
By Kathryn Lawler and Cathie Berger
The Evolving Promise and Potential of the Granny Flat
By M. Scott Ball and Kathryn Lawler
Aging Better Together, Intentionally
By Anne P. Glass and Lauretta Lawlor