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Women Caring for Our Aging in Place Seniors Will Lose Out because of U.S. Immigration Policies

Published: Apr 15th, 2019

GOLANT – Women Caring for Our Aging in Place Seniors Will Lose Out because of U.S. Immigration Policies Stephen M. Golant Article first published online: 15 Apr 2019 Journal of… Read More

Fall Course: GEO3611 Housing, People, & Places

Published: Mar 31st, 2017

Who demands housing and what are supply constraints Affordable and decent housing: A right? Millennials vs. old: Housing for all ages Income inequalities translates into unmet housing needs Homeownership: Still… Read More

Spring Course: GEO4612/GEO6938/GEY6341 Shelter Care Options for US Elderly

Published: Nov 4th, 2016

HOUSING AND LONG-TERM CARE ISSUES FACING OLDER AMERICANS What constitutes residential normalcy for older adults? Aging successfully: does place matter? What are housing-care needs/problems of young-old vs. old-old? Aging in… Read More

The Origins, Programs, and Benefits of Age-Friendly Communities

Published: May 25th, 2016

GOLANT – The Origins, Programs, and Benefits of Age-Friendly Communities Stephen M. Golant Article first published online: 25 MAY 2015 The Gerontologist DOI: 10.1093/geront/gnw071 ABSTRACT: The emergence of the age-friendly community movement… Read More

Aging Parents at a Distance Who Aren’t Really ‘Just Fine’

Published: Mar 30th, 2016

Dr. Stephen Golant‘s book Aging in the Right Place  was recently featured in Aging Parents at a Distance Who Aren’t Really ‘Just Fine’ a U.S. News & World Report Wellness story discussing the… Read More

Should Elders Live Near Youth?

Published: Oct 1st, 2015

Should retirees live in demographically heterogeneous communities? In a recent article for The Conversation, Dr. Stephen Golant argues convincingly that older Americans experience a higher quality of life and greater fulfillment… Read More

Residential Normalcy and the Enriched Coping Repertoires of Successfully Aging Older Adults

Published: May 18th, 2014

GOLANT – Residential Normalcy and the Enriched Coping Repertoires of Successfully Aging Older Adults Stephen M. Golant Article first published online: 18 MAY 2014 The Gerontologist DOI: 10.1093/geront/gnu036 ABSTRACT: An earlier theoretical model equated… Read More

Dr. Stephen Golant – Emeritus

Dr. Stephen Golant – Emeritus

Published: Mar 21st, 2013

Dr. Stephen Golant Professor golant@ufl.edu (352) 294-7505 LinkedIn Profile Focus Areas Medical Geography in Global Health (MGGH) Global Environmental and Social Change Areas of Specialization Gerontology Quality of life of… Read More