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Strengthening Aging Families: Diversity in Practice and Policy

by Smith G et al SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
04/1995
ISBN:
9780803954250
Format:
Pbk 304 pages
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''This book represents a much needed beginning step toward reconceptualizing the provision of aging services in the context of the family versus the current focus on the aged individual or the individual caregiver. . . . This book should be included in social work and gerontology courses in order to refocus the energies of service delivery from a study of older individuals and primary caregivers in isolation to a holistic view of the family as a system. The authors of this volume help us to evaluate the informal care system for persons as they age and to find ways to provide needed support.'' --Families in Society

Foreword - Nancy K Schlossberg Introduction PART ONE: ASSISTING FAMILIES WITH NORMATIVE CONCERNS Supporting the Family in Elder Care - Ronald W Toseland, Gregory C Smith and Phillip McCallion Fostering Family Involvement in Institutional Care - Sheldon S