LEE LI MING PROGRAMME IN AGEING URBANISM:
ELDERLY LIFE ACTIVITY-SPACE: ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SOCIAL FACTORS DETERMINING SENIOR LIFE SPACES IN THE COMMUNITY

PI: Dr Belinda Yuen (LKYCIC, SUTD)
Co-PI: Dr Sam C Joyce (ASD, SUTD)
Team: Dr Xin Yang (LKYCIC, SUTD)

Using the notion of life-space and mixed methods, this study aims to establish the impact of environment, health and social determinants on life spaces in community-dwelling older adults in selected neighbourhoods in Singapore. It will seek to determine differences between older adults’ perception and urban planning features as well as translate a sustainable technological platform to track their life-space and community mobility.

COMMENCED
2 August 2021
STATUS
Ongoing
PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
Funded by the National Research Foundation and Ministry of National Development

Lead PI: SingHealth

Co-PI: Duke-NUS Medical School, NUS; GERI, Sengkang Health, SIT, Mobile Market Monitor

Collaborator: NTU, Singtel