This report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University highlights the critical need of affordable housing and housing support services for older adults with fixed and declining incomes during this time of increasing housing and healthcare costs. Key issues target the ballooning aging populations’ longevity, chronic health conditions, income and racial disparities, unequal distribution of equity that challenge housing and financial security, and increasing houselessness due to factors such as decreased income, chronic health conditions, divorce, or death of a loved one. Creative solutions to address the dual burden of housing and care for older homeowners and renters include flexible state and federal funded programs that facilitate suitable housing options, accessibility modifications and improvements that increase safety and reduce energy consumption, technical and financial assistance for telehealth and in-home care monitoring, and policies and practices that enable aging adults to maintain independence and quality of life, and manage housing, healthcare, and home care. Read the full report here.