Recreational Services for Older Adults
The first three chapters of this book contain gerontological information concerning the aging process, demographics, changes in the style of living and agin persons, and vulnerabilities encountered. This volume explicates fundamental beliefs in the need for active engagement - socially, physically, cognitively, and emotionally.
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Education as a Recreational Experience for the Elderly
The Older Adult in Service0
Social Contact A Basic Older Adult Need
The Fitness Side of Aging
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