Feature Papers "Age-Friendly Cities & Communities: State of the Art and Future Perspectives"

Edited by
August 2021
646 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1227-3 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1226-6 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Feature Papers "Age-Friendly Cities & Communities: State of the Art and Future Perspectives" that was published in

Environmental & Earth Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare
The "Age-Friendly Cities & Communities: States of the Art and Future Perspectives" publication presents contemporary, innovative, and insightful narratives, debates, and frameworks based on an international collection of papers from scholars spanning the fields of gerontology, social sciences, architecture, computer science, and gerontechnology. This extensive collection of papers aims to move the narrative and debates forward in this interdisciplinary field of age-friendly cities and communities.
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age-friendly cities; physical environment/space; urban ageing; gentrification; displacement; aging in place; physical activity; aging; social isolation; cycling; walking; ICT; older adults; patent; personalised ageing; quality of life; review; smart ageing; social robots; ambient assisted living; machine learning; older adults care; daily life activities monitoring; technology limitation and acceptance; care services models; older citizens; ageing; technology; digital; age-friendly cities; smart cities initiatives; smart city; Romania; public policies on smart cities; evaluating smart cities initiatives; older people; connectedness; social relationships; later life; ageing; older people; age-friendliness; community; digital technology; loneliness; isolation; digital; intergenerational communication; gerontology; aging; family; cross-cultural research; qualitative research; housing; older people; elderly; assisted living facilities; seniors; homes; group living; dwellings; regulations; rebellion; governance; law; survey; questionnaire; validation; age-friendly; age-friendly cities; older people; age-friendliness; AFCCQ; consultation-liaison psychiatry; elderly; psycho-geriatrics; general hospital; age-friendly cities; age-friendly urban public transport; smart mobility; age-friendly transport; mobility justice; ICT; older people; age-friendly; health; indicators; planning; tools; spatial; neighbourhoods; older adults; community; aging; technology; digital; e-health; urban planning; smart ecosystem; gerontechnology; age in place; coronavirus; COVID-19; design hacking; internet of things; human-centered design; smart cities; ageing; digital citizenship; age-friendliness; urbanisation; participatory action research; housing; cluster analysis; thermal comfort; design guidelines; heating; cooling; participatory video design; participation; age-friendly cities; person-centered care; older adults; co-creation; perspective of older adults; quality improvement; survey; questionnaire; age-friendly; age-friendly cities; older people; age-friendliness; use of technology; age-friendly; Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland; Polynesian population; relational leadership; Te Tiriti o Waitangi; prisons; prisoners; older offenders; ex-prisoners; age-friendly cities and communities; Kazan; Russia; health information; quality of life; ageing; ageism; Cochrane; evidence-based; medicines; consumers; awareness; age-friendly cities; Age-Friendly Cities; photovoice; qualitative research; healthy ageing; active ageing; older people; social inclusion; participation; UK; long-term care; dementia; physical environment; social environment; organizational environment; environmental design; age-friendly cities; ageing; policy; case studies; Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities; World Health Organization; age-friendly cities; active ageing; social prescribing; wearable technology; digital data layer; age-friendly communities; older adults; citizen science; age-friendly cities; well-being; older people; participation; physical environment; social environment; gender; ageing; age in place; community; Coronavirus; COVID-19; gerontechnology; human centred design; older adults; rural planning; technology; smart ecosystem; smart islands; age-friendly homes; innovation; experiments; n/a