Tag Archive for: Seniors

Housing aspirations of precariously housed older Australians

Seven alternative housing models were presented to a nationally representative sample of older people.

Ageing in Place: Home and Housing for Australia’s Older Renters

Social housing is the most powerful way to keep older people in secure homes, and stop them from going into aged care before they’re ready.

Alternative housing models for precariously housed older Australians

This research project focused on alternative models with the potential to meet the needs of older Australians.

Locked-out: generational inequalities of housing tenure and housing type

The housing market is failing to cater for older and younger generations, according to research.

WA Seniors Strategy

Engagements are for all Western Australians and Aboriginal people are encouraged to participate.

Older women’s perceptions of homelessness on health needs

Twenty-two older women experiencing homelessness completed a questionnaire and semi-structured interview. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics and thematic analysis.

AIHW Specialist homelessness services 2019-20: WA Factsheet

1 in 3 (31 per cent) who were homeless were assisted into housing.

Treasured Lives

A newly released study from Anglicare Tasmania documenting the experiences of families and carers as they support people with hoarding issues.

We’re invisible, silent and usually well behaved – Happy International Women’s Day

Liz Lennon on why many of her tribe spend up to 65 per cent of their weekly low-income on private rental and are terrified of being evicted or rent hikes.

Specialist homelessness services annual report

The specialist homelessness services web report is an annual report summarising data from the Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC).

Reimagining Home

This significant research project by Liz Lennon, from Focussed Solutions, a single older women with experience of poverty, housing stress and homelessness, brings to life a new future of housing options of housing options.