Words on Aging: A Bibliography of Selected Annotated References Compiled for the Administration on Aging by the Department Library

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Page 81 - Council of the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania which is a definitive study of the matter and with which this Committee is familiar.
Page 75 - Actuarial estimates and summary of provisions of the old-age, survivors, and disability insurance system as modified by the Social Security Amendments of 1965 and actuarial cost estimates and summary of provisions of the hospital insurance and supplementary medical insurance systems as established by such act.
Page 61 - The older American worker; age discrimination in employment. Report of the Secretary of Labor to the Congress under Section 715 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Washington, 1965. 25p. . The older American worker; age discrimination in employment.
Page 144 - The work of the special staff on aging of the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare...
Page 75 - Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Federal OldAge and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund...
Page 13 - The Nation and Its Older People: Report of the White House Conference on Aging, January 9-12, 1961.
Page 101 - II, Methods of Establishing and Maintaining Standards in Homes for the Aged and Nursing Homes; Section III, Bridging the Gap Between Existing Practices and Desirable Goals in Homes for the Aged and Nursing Homes.
Page 57 - GROS, and AGNES C. DUNNE. Ageing in Industry: An Inquiry Based on Figures Derived From Census Reports Into the Problem of Ageing Under the Conditions of Modern Industry.
Page 86 - Social Security Administration. Bureau of Family Services. Characteristics of State Public Assistance Plans under the Social Security Act...
Page 152 - ... greater hardship. An outstanding contribution to the study of this aspect of forced resettlement of our people is one by Sidney Goldstein and Basil G. Zimmer of Brown University, sponsored by Rhode Island Division on Aging, and published in 1960 under the title, "Residential Displacement and Resettlement of the Aged, a Study of Problems of Rehousing Aged Residents Displaced by Freeway Construction in Downtown Providence.

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