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  1. Religion and Prevention in Mental Health

    Research, Vision, and Action

    By Robert E Hess, Kenneth I Maton, Kenneth Pargament

    Here is the first book which highlights the unique resource of religion in the field of prevention. Until now, religious systems have been a largely undertapped resource of talent, energy, care, and physical and financial assets. Religion and Prevention in Mental Health is a significant new volume...

    Published December 11th 1992 by Routledge

  2. Women and Aging

    Celebrating Ourselves

    By Ellen Cole, Esther D Rothblum, Ruth R Thone

    In our youth-oriented, patriarchal society, aging and older women often find themselves either ignored, pitied, or feared. Women and Aging is a valuable guide to help women break through the negative stereotypes of old age and find personal fulfillment through the stages of maturity. Full of warmth...

    Published April 9th 1992 by Routledge

  3. Gerontological Social Work Supervision

    By Carlton Munson, Ann Burack Weiss, Frances C Brennan

    This unique book clearly depicts a need for supervision in gerontological social work settings and provides a framework for approaching supervision. Grounded in two distinct bodies of literature, social work supervision and gerontological social work, this important book thoroughly examines present...

    Published September 24th 1991 by Routledge

  4. The Mentally Impaired Elderly

    Strategies and Interventions to Maintain Function

    By Ellen D Taira

    Provide effective support and sensitive care for the most vulnerable segment of the elderly population--those with mental impairment--with the helpful methods and practical strategies outlined in this invaluable new book. Because of the increasing number of older persons with memory impairments,...

    Published August 29th 1991 by Routledge

  5. Evaluation and Treatment of the Psychogeriatric Patient

    By Diane Gibson

    This pertinent book assists occupational therapists and other health care providers in developing up-to-date psychogeriatric programs and understanding details of treating the cognitively impaired elderly. There exists a significant demand for occupational therapy in psychogeriatrics now. As the...

    Published January 24th 1991 by Routledge

  6. Protecting Judgment-Impaired Adults

    Issues, Interventions, and Policies

    By Edmund F Dejowski

    This thorough book provides valuable information on guardianship and alternative methods for serving judgment-impaired adults. To date, much of contemporary guardianship policy has been developed by “muddling through.” This book explores developments in case law concerning the scope of...

    Published December 18th 1990 by Routledge

  7. Women, Aging, and Ageism

    By Evelyn R Rosenthal

    Here is a unique text that examines the lives of middle-aged and old women. Women, Aging and Ageism, in response to the lack of literature that focuses on aging women, presents timely and definitive research that illustrates the implications of ageism and sexism. This landmark volume challenges...

    Published November 19th 1990 by Routledge

  8. Health Care of the Aged

    Needs, Policies, and Services

    By Abraham Monk

    Focusing on the need for developing new service delivery models for the aged, Health Care of the Aged examines fiscal, political, and social criteria influencing this challenge of the 1990s. The aged are caught in the sweeping changes currently occuring in the financing, organizing, and delivery of...

    Published September 5th 1990 by Routledge

  9. Aging in Place

    The Role of Housing and Social Supports

    By Leon A Pastalan

    In this highly practical volume, the contributing authors explore some of the dimensions associated with aging in place. There are increasing numbers of older Americans who are faced with fundamental changes in their economic circumstances, health, and marital status which have an impact on their...

    Published July 25th 1990 by Routledge

  10. Aging in the Designed Environment

    By Margaret Christenson, Ellen D Taira

    Aging in the Designed Environment is the key sourcebook for physical and occupational therapists developing and implementing environmental designs for the aging. The physical environment remains one of the most overlooked areas in environmental design. In order to move beyond this status quo,...

    Published June 22nd 1990 by Routledge