Active Living in Older Adulthood: Principles and Practices of Activity Programs

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Venture Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Psychology - 238 pages
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Health, longevity, educational achievement, and other cohort attributes will challenge the activity specialist to be more nimble in their expectations of what their clientele will want and what might be unpalatable to them. Other forces such as medical advances, technological change, and an unsteady political economy will undoubtedly challenge the ways that activity services are available, sought, and delivered. Activity professionals from a wide array of disciplines should find this book to be useful in providing basic information about older adults as well as practical details in the design and delivery of activity programs and services for older adults. Also, course instructors will find the book applicable for general courses for certified nurse assistants and day activity providers."--pub. desc.

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