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Housing needs change according to a person's age and life stage. — Ocean/Corbis

While most older adults want to stay in their homes and communities as they age, some don't want to or may be unable to do so. Housing needs change as we age, but it's possible for our homes and communities to suitable for those changes. (Also see related content in the Age-Friendly Communities archive.)

The information is presented in reverse chronological order by the source material's publication or release date and includes reports, case studies, tool kits and more.

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