Handbook of American aging programs

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Greenwood Press, Jun 9, 1977 - Law - 188 pages
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The Handbook is an attempt to bridge the gap between the highly technical and the everyday, practical resource tools for those just introduced to the field of aging. Its objective is not to provide a definitive examination of American aging programs, but to look closely at a number of programs that are having a significant impact on the lives of older adults in America today.

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Federal Strategies in Implementing Aging
Regional Offices of Aging
Planning in State Agencies on Aging

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