Innovative Aging Programs Abroad: Implications for the United States

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1984 - Political Science - 260 pages
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Contents

Employment of Older Persons
21
Flexible Retirement
43
Health Care
61
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About the author (1984)

CHARLOTTE NUSBERG is director of publications for the International Federation on Ageing and coordinator for International Information at the American Association of Retired Persons.

Sheila Peace is Senior Lecturer in the School of Health and Social Welfare at the Open University. She is both a human geographer and a gerontologist with research interests in environment and ageing, residential care services and the regulation of care services. Founder member with Leonie Kellaher of CESSA ( Centre for Environment and Social Studies in Ageing), London Metropolitan University.

Leonie Kellaher is Director of CESSA. An anthropologist and gerontologist. Her most recent research included the ESRC funded study of 'Cemetery as garden'.

Caroline Holland is a Research Associate in the School of Health and Social Welfare at the Open University where she undertook doctoral work on housing histories.She is also a geographer and gerontologist. She has previously worked with local authorities and housing associations, and her main research interests are housing, environment and the life course. Sheila Peace and Caroline Holland edited 'Inclusive Housing in and Ageing Society' for Policy Press in 2001.

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