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Supported Independent Accommodation for Older New Zealanders: a Review of Current Policy and Innovative Practice
<p>Existing research establishes a clear link between poor housing and poor health. There is also growing evidence that the physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals and households can be improved by ensuring their access to suitable accommodation. Despite the growing body of research documenting the benefits of supported independent accommodation (SIA) as a means of maintaining the independence and wellbeing particularly of older people, there is little research evaluating the placedoi:10.26686/wgtn.16934467.v1 fatcat:6wo2sxuefrcw7ptztl6tc2pjoe