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  1. Assessing the Driving Ability of the Elderly

    A Preliminary Investigation

    By Ellen D Taira

    This much-needed book explores the extensive literature on assessing the driving ability of the elderly and provides specific guidelines for practitioners working with the well and the frail older driver. As the number of elderly drivers increases, therapists are being called upon to evaluate...

    Published May 25th 1989 by Routledge

  2. Older Offenders

    Current Trends

    By Cathleen Burnett

    Here is the most up-to-the-minute interdisciplinary research that has been conducted on older offenders. This scholarly volume highlights the dimensions of the offenses committed by older adults and features empirical research addressing the sentencing alternatives applied to older offenders....

    Published April 7th 1989 by Routledge

  3. Death Education and Research

    Critical Perspectives

    By William G Warren

    A critical review of research and reflection in the area of death, with special emphasis on death education. Thought-provoking, often controversial reviews of and reactions to the current general domain of death phenomena--specifically death education--are addressed in this book. The author,...

    Published April 7th 1989 by Routledge

  4. Rehabilitation Interventions for the Institutionalized Elderly

    By Ellen D Taira

    Gerontology professionals offer suggestions to enrich the quality of rehabilitation services offered to the institutionalized elderly. This exciting volume examines up-to-the-minute ideas--some that would have been unlikely even a few years ago--that focus exclusively on rehabilitation services for...

    Published February 6th 1989 by Routledge

  5. Twenty-Five Years of the Life Review

    Theoretical and Practical Considerations

    By Robert Disch

    In this thought-provoking book, professionals in the field of aging examine the history and concept of the life review. The life review--a theory about the nature of the life cycle first presented in 1962--has become a foundation for program development with the elderly. This unique analysis of the...

    Published February 6th 1989 by Routledge

  6. Quality Impact of Home Care for the Elderly

    By Francis G Caro, Arthur E Blank

    A milestone in the evolution of home health care for the elderly Focusing on one of our society’s most pressing concerns--home health care for the elderly--this important new book examines the implications for consumers of long term care and reports on the efforts to use survey research to measure...

    Published January 24th 1989 by Routledge

  7. Gerontological Social Work

    International Perspectives

    By Merl C Hokenstad, Jr, Katherine Kendall

    In this fascinating book, leading international experts in gerontology and social work examine the conditions of older people in their respective native lands--Australia, Canada, West Germany, Great Britain, Israel, Japan, the Netherlands, and Sweden. In response to the need for world-wide sharing...

    Published December 9th 1988 by Routledge

  8. The Feeling Great! Wellness Program for Older Adults

    By Jules C Weiss

    The “Feeling Great!” Wellness Program is an inspirational book describing a successful health care program for older adults. Created for people who desire a richer life, “Feeling Great!” is a program of everyday miracles--the regaining of body strength and movement and the...

    Published November 22nd 1988 by Routledge

  9. The Human Factor in Nursing Home Care

    By David Oliver, Sally Tureman

    In an attempt to challenge the prevailing attitudes and images of nursing homes in America, the authors have written a touching book about the people and the relationships that are a part of nursing home care. Their extensive study of and experience with nursing home residents and caregivers reveal...

    Published May 19th 1988 by Routledge

  10. Long Term Care Administration

    The Management of Institutional and Non-Institutional Components of the Continuum of Care

    By William Winston, Ben Abramovice *Deceased

    Offering a historical and descriptive account of the role of long term components in providing a continuum of care, Long Term Care Administration can be used as a core text or supplement for a wide range of courses. Written primarily for undergraduates of health and human service administration...

    Published November 2nd 1987 by Routledge