Client satisfaction of elderly homemaker services: an evaluation
Scott A. Bass, Richard H. Rowland, Massachusetts Association of Older Americans, University of Massachusetts at Boston. Gerontology Institute
University of Massachusetts/Boston, College of Public & Community Service, Gerontology Program, 1983 - Medical - 60 pages
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