Ageing in place together: Older parents and ageing offspring with intellectual disability

Yueh Ching Chou*, Teppo Kröger

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Abstract

Limited research has been conducted about ageing in place among older parents who co-habit with their ageing offspring with intellectual disability (ID). This study aims to explore which older parents would choose ageing in place together with their ageing offspring with ID instead of moving and what factors are associated with this choice. A face-To-face interview was conducted using the 'housing pathways' framework with older parents (â

Original languageEnglish
JournalAgeing and Society
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2020

Keywords

  • ageing in place
  • Housing Pathways
  • intellectual disability
  • long-Term care
  • older parents
  • Taiwan

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