Supportive Services Programs in Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities. NOTES

  1. Gibson, Mary Jo, et al. Beyond 50.03: A Report to the Nation on Independent Living and Disability. Washington, DC: AARP, May 2004.

  2. Bayer, Ada-Helen, and Leon Harper. Fixing to Stay: A National Survey on Housing and Home Modification Issues. Washington, DC: AARP, May 2000.

  3. Administration on Aging. A Profile of Older Americans 2002. Accessed at http://www.aoa.gov/prof/statistics/profile/2.asp, August 2004.

  4. Ibid.

  5. Ibid.

  6. Ibid.

  7. Ibid.

  8. National Institute of Mental Health. Breaking Ground, Breaking Through: The Strategic Plan for Mood Disorder Research of the National Institute of Mental Health. National Institute of Mental Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, February 2003.

  9. Vladeck, Fredda. A Good Place to Grow Old: New York's Model for NORC Supportive Service Programs. New York, NY: United Hospital Fund, 2004.

  10. "Section 202 supportive housing for the elderly." Accessed at http://www.texashousing.org/txlihis/siterebuild/desc202/hudexplanation.lasso, August 3, 2004.

  11. National Center for Assisted Living. Assisted Living: Independence, Choice, and Dignity. Washington, DC: National Center for Assisted Living, 2001.

  12. "Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) and Lifecare." Accessed at http://www.seniorresource.com/hccrc.htm, August 3, 2004.

  13. Hunt, Michael E., D. Arch, and Leonard Ross. "Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A Multiattribute Examination of Desirability Factors." The Gerontologist 30 (1990, 5): 667-74.

  14. Marshall, Linda J., and Michael E. Hunt. "Rural Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A Community Assessment Procedure." Journal of Housing for the Elderly 13 (1999, 1-2): 19-34.

  15. Yalowitz, Nat, and Karen Bassuk. An Intergenerational Community with Supportive Services, The NORC Model at Penn South Program for Seniors. Paper presented at the American Society on Aging, San Francisco, March 1998.

  16. Lawler, Kathryn. Aging in Place, Coordinating Housing and Health Care Provision for America's Growing Elderly Population. Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University and Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, October 2001.

  17. Lyons, Beverly P., and Carol Magai. "Reducing Health Risks and Psychological Distress among Older Black Residents of Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities." Journal of Gerontological Social Work 35 (2001, 1): 53-69.

  18. Lanspery, Susan C., and James J. Callahan. Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A report prepared for The Pew Charitable Trusts. Brandeis University, Waltham, October 3, 1994.

  19. Ibid.

  20. Hunt, Michael. "Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities." In Encyclopedia of American Cities and Suburbs. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1998, pp.517-18.

  21. Hunt, Michael E. "Settings Conducive to the Provision of Long-Term Care." Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 18 (2001, 3): 223-33.

  22. Marshall, Linda J., and Michael E. Hunt. "Rural Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A Community Assessment Procedure." Journal of Housing for the Elderly 13 (1999, 1-2): 19-34. Hunt, Michael E. "Settings Conducive to the Provision of Long-Term Care." Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 18 (2001, 3): 223-33.

  23. Hunt, Michael E. "Settings Conducive to the Provision of Long-Term Care." Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 18 (2001, 3): 223-33.

  24. Hunt, Michael. "Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities." In Encyclopedia of American Cities and Suburbs. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1998, pp.517-18.

  25. Hunt, Michael E. "The Naturally Occurring Retirement Community." In Housing the Very Old, edited by Gloria M. Gutman and Norman K. Blackie. British Columbia, Canada: The Gerontology Research Center, Simon Fraser University, 1988, pp. 161-72. Hunt, Michael E., D. Arch, and Leonard Ross. "Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A Multiattribute Examination of Desirability Factors." The Gerontologist 30 (1990, 5): 667-74.

  26. Hunt, Michael E. "The Naturally Occurring Retirement Community." In Housing the Very Old, edited by Gloria M. Gutman and Norman K. Blackie. British Columbia, Canada: The Gerontology Research Center, Simon Fraser University, 1988, pp. 161-72.

  27. The AdvantAge Initiative. AdvantAge Initiative 2003 National Survey of Adults Aged 65 and Older. Center for Home Care Policy and Research, Visiting Nurse Service of New York. Personal communication from Penny Feldman and Elisabeth Simantov, March 2004.

  28. Hunt, Michael E. "The Naturally Occurring Retirement Community." In Housing the Very Old, edited by Gloria M. Gutman and Norman K. Blackie. British Columbia, Canada: The Gerontology Research Center, Simon Fraser University, 1988, pp. 161-72.

  29. Lanspery, Susan C., and James J. Callahan. Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A report prepared for The Pew Charitable Trusts. Brandeis University, Waltham, October 3, 1994.

  30. Yalowitz, Nat. NORC Supportive Service Programs: The Need for Strong and Clear Governance. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of The National Conference on the Aging and the American Society on Aging, Denver. New York, NY: NORC Supportive Services Center, Inc., April 2002.

  31. Lanspery, Susan C., and James J. Callahan. Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities: A report prepared for The Pew Charitable Trusts. Brandeis University, Waltham, October 3, 1994.

  32. Landsberg, Gerald, Catharine MacLaren, and Harry Schwartz. The Accomplishments, Issues and Prospects of Supportive Service Programs in Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities. Prepared for the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation. New York, NY: Ehrenkranz School of Social Work, New York University, September 2002.

  33. Bassuk, Karen. "NORC Supportive Service Programs: Effective and Innovative Programs that Support Seniors Living in the Community." Care Management Journals 1 (1999, 2): 132-37.

  34. Hunt, Michael E. "The Naturally Occurring Retirement Community." In Housing the Very Old, edited by Gloria M. Gutman and Norman K. Blackie. British Columbia, Canada: The Gerontology Research Center, Simon Fraser University, 1988, pp. 161-72.

  35. Greenleaf, Lynn, Sheila Malynowski, and the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority. Increasing Service Availability to Seniors in Housing: Final Report. Bedford, NH: New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, 1993.

  36. New York City Department for the Aging, and U.S. Administration on Aging. Support Services for the Frail Elderly Residents of Federally Assisted Housing: Final Report Findings and Recommendations. New York, NY: New York City Department for the Aging, 1997.

  37. Hunt, Michael E. "Settings Conducive to the Provision of Long-Term Care." Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 18 (2001, 3): 223-33.

  38. New York City Department for the Aging, and U.S. Administration on Aging. Support Services for the Frail Elderly Residents of Federally Assisted Housing: Final Report Findings and Recommendations. New York, NY: New York City Department for the Aging, 1997.

  39. Landsberg, Gerald, Catharine MacLaren, and Harry Schwartz. The Accomplishments, Issues and Prospects of Supportive Service Programs in Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities. Prepared for the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation. New York, NY: Ehrenkranz School of Social Work, New York University, September 2002.

  40. Ibid.

  41. KRA Corporation, and Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Evaluation of the Service Coordinator Program. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, 1996.

  42. Heumann, Leonard F., Karen Winter-Nelson, and James R. Anderson. The 1999 National Survey of Section 202 Elderly Housing. Washington, DC: Public Policy Institute, AARP, 2002.

  43. Landsberg, Gerald, Catharine MacLaren, and Harry Schwartz. The Accomplishments, Issues and Prospects of Supportive Service Programs in Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities. Prepared for the Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation. New York, NY: Ehrenkranz School of Social Work, New York University, September 2002.

  44. New York City Department for the Aging, and U.S. Administration on Aging. Support Services for the Frail Elderly Residents of Federally Assisted Housing: Final Report Findings and Recommendations. New York, NY: New York City Department for the Aging, 1997.

  45. Ibid.

  46. KRA Corporation, and Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Evaluation of the Service Coordinator Program. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, 1996.

  47. Lanspery, Susan. Clustering Services at Senior Housing Sites: A Technical Assistance Guide for the Aging Network. Los Angeles, CA: National Resource and Policy Center on Housing and Long-Term Care, University of Southern California, Andrus Gerontology Center, 1997.

  48. Yalowitz, Nat. NORC Supportive Service Programs: The Need for Strong and Clear Governance. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of The National Conference on the Aging and the American Society on Aging, Denver. New York, NY: NORC Supportive Services Center, Inc., April 2002.

  49. Sheehan, Nancy W. "Resident Services Coordinator Program: Bringing Service Coordination to Federally Assisted Senior Housing." Journal of Housing for the Elderly 13 (1999, 1-2): 35-49.

  50. Wildon, Robert, and Donald L. Redfoot. Added Assisted Living Services to Subsidized Housing: Serving Frail Older Persons With Low Incomes. Washington, DC: Public Policy Institute, AARP, 2002.

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