1 edition of quality of aging found in the catalog.
quality of aging
|Statement||special editors...: Matilda White Riley, John W. Riley, Jr.|
|Series||The annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science -- vol. 503|
|Contributions||Riley, John W., Riley, Matilda White, 1911-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
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Aging is a sensitive process of transformation from a young age structure to old age. It is a pressing problem for many countries in this century. Therefore, attention to needs and problems of this age has an importance. The domains that need more attention in elderly is both quality of life and social support in their by: 1.
Occupational Therapy with Aging Adults: Promoting Quality of Life through Collaborative Practice. 1st Edition. by Karen Barney PhD OTR/L FAOTA (Author), Margaret Perkinson PhD FGSA FAGHE FSfAA (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings.
ISBN Cited by: 1. Two that I find informative are: Marc E. Agronin, MD The End of Old Age: Living a Longer, More Purposeful Life ().
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An understanding of the factors that impact on the quality of life of older people is important for identifying those elderly people who are at risk for less than optimal quality of by: The Art of Aging, A Doctor's Prescription for Well-Being By Sherwin B.
Nuland, a deeply intelligent and compassionate book about how we grow old. Quality of Care - The Aging Population in the Twenty-First Century - NCBI Bookshelf National data systems have been a largely underdeveloped source of information for measuring quality of care among the elderly.
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Quality in Ageing and Older Adults Promoting excellence in services through research, policy and practice Issue(s) available: 79 – From Volume: 1 Issue: 1, to Volume: 21 Issue: 1.
The lives of older people and changing social roles / John W. Riley, Jr., and Matilda White Riley --Sense of control: potentials for intervention / Judith Rodin --The Aging of intelligence: potential and limits / Ursula M.
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The Work Book was developed for CMS by the Muskie School of Public Service at the Cited by: 2. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed articles that consider the role of older people within their wider communities with the overall goals of promoting the potential for independence, control and enhanced well-being.
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The authors of the various chapters share in the view that aging is not identical with fate, but that individuals play a major role in designing their own process of aging. Reviews ‘The high quality of both the theoretical and empirical essays make this an up-to.
Aging can affect the quality of your sleep. You may wake up more often and have a less consistent sleep pattern than you did when you were younger. You can take steps to overcome these issues.
By Philip T. Hagen, M.D. As you age, you may find yourself waking up throughout the night.The ABA Commission on Law and Aging leads the Association in strengthening and securing the legal rights, dignity, autonomy, quality of life and quality of care of aging persons.
The Commission accomplishes its work through research, policy development, advocacy, education, training and through assistance to lawyers, bar associations and others working on aging issues.