Community Supports for Aging Adults with Lifelong Disabilities
Matthew P. Janicki, Edward F. Ansello
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company, 2000 - Medical - 585 pages
This book addresses the needs of older adults (age 45 and older) with developmental disabilities and adults with other lifelong disabilities who have similar needs. It discusses age-related and disability-related issues in community life.
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