Title A Regeneration Strategy of an Aged-Friendly Residential Area Based on the Salutogenic Model
Authors 차현주(Cha, Hyeon-Ju) ; 박성준(Park, Sung-Jun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.11.49
Page pp.49-60
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Salutogenic Model; Elderly; Residential Regeneration; IPA Analysis
Abstract In 2022, Korea entered as an aging society with 17.2% consisting of the elderly population. New countermeasures are needed to cope with the upcoming super-aged society. The health production model allows active health to be maintained beyond the concept of simple disease treatment. The purpose of this study is to propose an aging-friendly housing regeneration strategy, conduct a survey and derive planning elements according to the health generation model and WHO's aging-friendly city guide. The theory behind the health generation model and the urban regeneration projects were reviewed and a survey was conducted on experts and the elderly using the derived factors of the elderly-friendly housing regeneration plan. Based on these survey results, the importance and satisfaction surveys were then conducted using the IPA technique and a strategy was proposed. As a result of this study, both experts and the elderly showed a high level of importance in expanding medical facilities and removing obstacles in the street environment. There was a lack of satisfaction with the mobility and safety of the elderly, and an environment that supports these aspects should be created for the active aging elderly. Lastly, considerable improvement is required for jobs involving the elderly, such as senior village designers and silver cafe support.