Jenny Weinstein, MSW, MURP
Senior Research Assistant
Office: URBN 470T
Emergent models of affordable senior housing; supportive housing and service integration for vulnerable populations; social innovation for an aging society; housing and transportation systems design for underserved groups; and qualitative methods for studying institutional and organizational practices.
Jenny is currently working on several studies focused on planning for the housing and supportive service needs of older adults living in subsidized housing. She is part of the Aging Matters Initiative project team, which studies the first-hand experiences and life choices of those who are "living on the margins," policies and programs that affect vulnerable populations, and sustainable and practical responses to population aging.
DeLaTorre, A., DeLaTorre, T., Neal, M.B., Carder, P., Weinstein, J., DeShane, M., & Wilson, K.B. (Winter, 2012).Periodic Atlas of the Metroscape: Planning for Our Aging Society. Metroscape, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, Portland State University.
Carder, P.C., Weinstein, J., & Kohon, J. (2011). Home Forward’s Aging in Place Initiative: Planning for Current and Future Residents. Report submitted to Home Forward (Housing Authority of Portland). Available, Institute on Aging, Portland State University.