A narrative-based exploration of aging, precariousness and housing instability among low-income older adults in Canada

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Michelle Wyndham-West, Graduate Program Director, inclusive Design and Design For Health, explores low-income older adults’ lived experiences of aging, precariousness and housing instability/homelessness in Hamilton, Canada.

The lived experiences of aging, precariousness and housing instability were collected through arts-based methodologies, whereby participants were given tablets to record their photos, videos and written diaries of their housing-related experiences.

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