Housing for the Elderly

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Ar. Zeba Baig, Dr. Naveen Nandal


“India is aging with very high speed than before thought and is anticipated to have nearly 20% population of the world's 60 years and more than 60 by 2050 with the largest number of older adults in the world,” Prasun Chatterjee, Department of Geriatrics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) stated.One of the most talks over global phenomena in the current century is Population aging. Countries that are more populated such as India have many people now aged 60 years or more. This paper is focusing on the literature review of the physiological characteristics & challenges of the elderly, principles of design, standards and norms of elderly housing in India and case studies across the world.

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Ar. Zeba Baig, Dr. Naveen Nandal. (2021). Housing for the Elderly. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 392–426. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/9033