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  • Features Submission HaworthContinuing (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-12-20)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Editorial Submission Haworth (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-10-11)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Mullins LarryC.; Cook Christine; Mushel Mary; Machin Gil; Georgas Janet (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-07-13)
    This paper focuses on the characteristics of the participants of a senior citizens nutrition and activities program in order to examine whether the program effectively promotes good health and well-being. The participants ...
  • Carlo Sharon; Deichman ElizabethS. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1990-07-21)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Singleton JeromeF.; Mitic Wayne; Farquharson Jane (Taylor & Francis Group, 1986-12-21)
    The purpose of this study was to ascertain the daily and favorite activities in which retirees participated. The study was conducted, using a time budget, with 100 respondents, 56 female and 44 male. Results of this study ...
  • Lewallen Michael (Taylor & Francis Group, 1988-03-21)
    A discussion of several musical activities suitable for use with nursing home residents, most of which are geared toward use by activity personnel who do not have extensive musical training. Planning suggestions and ...
  • Nasatir Marilyn (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-04-11)
    This article describes the planning, organizing, promoting, conducting, and evaluating of a support group at work to provide "Information and Guidance on Aging Parents." It covers the topics addressed; the methods of setting ...
  • Merriam Sharan; Cross LawrenceH.; Features Submission HaworthContinuing (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-04-19)
    Reminiscence. or recalling the past, is a behavior common to all ages. Research todate, however, has been conductedonly with olderadults and has failed to clearly delineate how reminiscence might be related to self-esteem. ...
  • Portnoy EnidP.; Features Submission HaworthContinuing (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-04-19)
    The natural process of aging brings with it the diminution of selected sensory processes which may affect the behavior of older persons. This paper examines two of the most imponant sensory losses-vision and audition-and ...
  • Montgomery DorothyR.; Still JoyceA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-04-11)
    The medical recognizance of "Alzheimer's Disease" as a separate disorder signified progress for the medical and research world, but left the families of the victims of this disease as perplexed as ever. Only recently have ...
  • Foster PhyllisM. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-08-19)
    This article addresses the role of the Activities Coordinator in a longterm care facility as a catalyst in the provision of meaningful activities that are based on individual interests and needs. While group activities are ...
  • Curley JoleenS. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1982-12-27)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Palmore ErdmanB. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-07-26)
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  • Editorial Submission Haworth (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-09-21)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Weiss JulesC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-07-11)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Features Submission HaworthContinuing (Taylor & Francis Group, 1992-02-04)
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  • Mitchel Steven (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-08-19)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Katz Elias (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-09-21)
    A recently developed model of an art center for people with disabilities offers opportunities for enriching the later years of many persons with developmental disabilities. Three vignettes of older adults with developmental ...
  • Weiss JulesC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-07-11)
    No abstract available for this article.
  • Weiss JulesC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-07-11)
    No abstract available for this article.