ERIC Number: ED058541
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
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1971 White House Conference on Aging. A Report to the Delegates from the Conference Sections and Special Concerns Sessions.
White House Conference on Aging, Washington, DC.
The two parts of this document contain reports relating to the normal concerns as well as the special concerns of the older adult population. In Part I, the reports discuss: Education; Employment and Retirement; Physical and Mental Health; Housing; Income; Nutrition; Retirement Roles and Activities; Spiritual Well-Being; Transportation; Facilities, Programs and Services; Government and Non-Government Organization; Planning; Research and Demonstration; and Training. Part II contains reports related to the following: Aging and Blindness; Aging and Aged Blacks; Asian American Elderly; The Elderly Consumer; Mental Health Care Strategies and Aging; The Older Family; Homemaker/ Home Health Aide Services; The Elderly Indian; Legal Aid and the Urban Aged; Long-Term Care for Older People; The Poor Elderly; Rural Older People; Spanish Speaking Elderly (Spanish); Spanish Speaking Elderly; The Religious Community and the Aged; Physical and Vocational Rehabilitation; Volunteer Roles for Older People; and Youth and Age. The role that education plays in the part of the older adult is presented in relation to the following: bilingual and ethnic concerns; expansion of educational programs; funding programs; educational policy; increasing influence of older persons; materials, methods and curriculum; mass media; preretirement; professional preparation; and the status of the Administration on Aging. (DB)
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Authoring Institution: White House Conference on Aging, Washington, DC.