Our research is primarily focused on supportive environments for the ageing population. For example, our interdisciplinary research investigates the ageing population’s opportunities for activity, participation, mobility and health.
You can find a list of all research projects on Lund University’s research portal LUCRIS.
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Ongoing research projects
- HoT-Age – Perceived housing and life transitions
- Integration of an accessibility database and research based methods for improved accessibility in public environments
- Older adults living in disadvantaged areas
- EARLY-DEM – Training of caregivers on early identification and diagnosis support of dementia
- Welfare@home – Challenges with welfare technology for older social service recipients and their home care service staff
- Navigators of the support system: How older people understand, negotiate, and coordinate home care and other forms of help in their everyday lives
- Transdisciplinary research to optimize active and healthy ageing in and out of the home
- Home care as integrated in older people’s lives: Developing a user-oriented perspective
- RELOC-AGE: How do housing choices and relocation matter for active and healthy ageing?
- Rehabilitation at home – development of a sustainable model, placing person’s needs and environmental resources at heart (InHome)
- Training of caregivers on early identification and diagnosis support of dementia- EARLY-DEM
- Exploring older adults' digital citizenship
- Technologies in the home to support independence and well-being while ageing: “The New Normal?” post pandemic
- Integration of an accessibility database and research based methods for improved physical accessibility in public environments
- Simulation models that enable long-term prediction and cost-benefit analysis related to housing adaptation needs for a population ageing in place
- Collaborative housing in a Pandemic Era: cross-country inter- and transdisciplinary evaluation, innovative approaches, human rights-based policy recommendations and capacity building
- Sustainable outdoor living environments systematic interdisciplin
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