Year(s) Funded: 2019-2020
Topic(s): Aging, Children and Adolescents, Disabilities, Health Disparities and Health Equity, Mental and Behavioral Health, Rural Statistics and Demographics, Social Determinants of Health
Project Lead: Carrie Henning-Smith
The purpose of this project is: 1) to document rural-urban differences in the prevalence of living alone across different age groups, 2) to describe rural-urban differences in the socio-demographic correlates and health needs of individuals living alone, and 3) to identify rural-relevant policies and programs to support rural residents living alone, across the lifespan.
- Social Isolation and Safety Issues among Rural Older Adults Living Alone: Perspectives of Meals on Wheels Programs, June 28th, 2022
- Demographics and Disability Status of Adults Living Alone in Rural Areas, April 27th, 2021
- Supporting the Health and Wellbeing of Middle-Aged Adults Living Alone in Rural Counties, June 30th, 2020
- Rates of Living Alone by Rurality and Age, April 23rd, 2020