MSW, Bryn Mawr
PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Aging in place
Neighborhoods and health
Health inequities in later life
Long-term services and supports
Housing and transportation
Lehning, A., Kim, K., Smith, R., & Choi, M. (in press). Does economic vulnerability moderate the association between transportation mode and social activity restrictions in later life? Ageing & Society.
Lehning, A.J., Nicklett, E.J., Davitt, J., & Wiseman, H. (in press). Social work and aging in place: A scoping review of the literature. Social Work Research.
Smith, R.J., Lehning, A.J., & Kim, K. (2017). Aging in place in gentrifying neighborhoods: Implications for physical and mental health. The Gerontologist. DOI: 10.1093/geront/gnx105.
Lehning, A.J., & Greenfield, E.A. (2017). Research on age-friendly community initiatives: Taking stock and moving forward. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 31(2), 178-192.
Lehning, A.J., Scharlach, A.E., & Davitt, J.K. (2017). Variations on the Village model: An emerging typology of a consumer-driven community-based initiative for older adults. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 36(2), 234-246.
Lehning, A.J., Smith, R.J., & Kim, K. (2017). “Friendly” initiatives: An emerging approach to improve communities for vulnerable populations. Journal of Policy Practice, 16(1), 46-58.
Lehning, A.J., Scharlach, A.E., Price Wolf, J., Davitt, J., & Wiseman, H. (2015). Perceived challenges to the sustainability of community-based aging initiatives: Findings from a national study of Villages. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 58(7-8), 684-702.
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