When a house is not a home older people and their housing book flavour flavour id a95768 book flavour when a house is not a home older people and their housing the description of when a house is not a home older people and their housing. Older adults do not run down their assets in later life although the dynamics are different for married couples than for singles these data show however that people do reduce their housing equity when facing major changes such as death or moving into a nursing home venti and wise 2002 2004 walker 2004. Six ways to provide better housing and services for older people housing an ageing population is a major challenge sarah davies of the chartered institute of housing takes inspiration and advice . Many people view their houses as a good investment but typically houses just keep pace with inflation and provide no other real investment returns buying a house should be viewed as buying . Which can lead to stress and costs to older people their families the community and the government older people with dementia whose numbers are growing will need particular housing assistance during the next 30 years the proportion of people aged 60 or over will increase from 154 in 1996 to 253 in 2030
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