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OBJECTS AND METHODS OF STUDY
HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTIONAL CARE OF THE AGED
INSTITUTIONS AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THEIR
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31 December 530 new residents accommodation activities admission areas authority Homes bath bedfast bedrooms beds cent chief welfare officer chiropody chronic sick county boroughs difficult doctor elderly residents England and Wales example fact fewer former public assistance former workhouse friends handbasins handicapped housing incapacity for self-care individual institutions and Homes interviewed Lancet large number less living London married married couples matron meals Mental Hospital Ministry of Health months National Health Service number of residents nursing occupational occupational therapy old people's old person old workhouses patients pensionable age physical Poor Law population post-war Homes private Homes problems proportion proprietor public assistance institutions relationships relatives Report residential Homes residential institutions Sample of 530 score social class sometimes staff staffing survey Table tion Total Number unmarried visited voluntary and private voluntary associations voluntary Homes wardens week widowed woman women