ERIC Number: ED061500
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971-Nov
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A Pre-White House Conference on Aging: Summary of Developments and Data. A Report of the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate, Together with Minority and Supplemental Views.
Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. Senate Special Committee on Aging.
In this report, recent hearings and reports of the Senate Special Committee on Aging are summarized, and recent developments of direct relevance to the White House Conference on Aging are described. The report contains the following chapters: 1. The key issue: Retirement income; 2. Health: Rising costs and reduced programs; 3. Nursing homes: Symbolic of an attitude?; 4. What kind of Federal Agency on aging?; Housing: What are our goals?; 6. Multiple jeopardy for minorities; 7. Social utilities: How far away?; 8. Additional matters of concern; and 9. Retirees of the future. The nine appendixes to the report are: 1. A new appraisal: Economics of aging; 2. Summary of major provisions in H. R. 1 (cash benefits and adult categorical assistance programs); 3. Statements outlining positions on White House Conference issues; 4. U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging Advisory Council on the Administration on Aging; 5. U. S. Senate Special Committee on Aging Advisory Council on the Older Indian; 6. U. S. Senate Special Committee on Aging Advisory Council on Aging and Aged Blacks; 7. U. S. Senate Special Committee on Aging Advisory Council on Elderly Mexican-Americans; 8. U.S. Special Committee on Aging reports, committee prints, and hearings, December 1970-December 1971; and 9. The areawide model project program. (CK)
Descriptors: Attitudes, Conferences, Federal Aid, Financial Needs, Health, Housing, Income, Minority Groups, Nursing Homes, Older Adults, Reports, Retirement, Unemployment
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Authoring Institution: Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. Senate Special Committee on Aging.