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Predictors of becoming redomiciled among older homeless women.
Faculty Publications
  • Carl Cohen
  • Mildred Ramirez
  • Jeanne Teresi
  • Margaret Gallagher
  • Jay Sokolovsky
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Jay Sokolovsky

Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1997
Date Issued
January 1997
Date Available
June 2014
Abstract
The authors test a model to predict residential outcome among 201 homeless women aged 50 and over. On two-year follow-up, 47% were successfully domiciled. Of 12 variables examined using logistic regression analysis, only 2 variables, perceived support and number of community facilities attended were significant predictors of being domiciled on follow-up. Three additional variables — absence of psychosis, a lifetime history of less than one year of homelessness, and number of entitlements — attained near-significance. Although residential outcome is predicted by a few individual characteristics, what is most striking is the lack of suitable housing options.
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Abstract only. Full-text article is available through licensed access provided by the publisher. Published in The Gerontologist, 37, 67-74. Members of the USF System may access the full-text of the article through the authenticated link provided.
Language
en_US
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Cohen, C., Ramirez, M., Teresi, J. & Sokolovsky, J. (1997). Predictors of becoming redomiciled among older homeless women. The Gerontologist, 37, 67-74.