Migration of the elderly in New South Wales : patterns and implications
In the five year period 1981 to 1986, over 228,000 or one-fifth of people in New South Wales, who, at 30 June 1986 were aged 55 years or older, had changed their place of usual residence. The extent to which this level of mobility alters the spatial distribution of the elderly, who with increasing age have particular requirements in health care, housing and various forms of social support, can have important implications for the planning and delivery of such services. Accordingly, this...[Show more]
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