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Group Work Program Development in Homes for the Aged by Herbert Shore Education for Later Maturity A resident-directed adult study program in a home for the aged Resident Participation I Meal Planning by Herbert Shore Programs Which Make a Home a Good Place to Live by Herbert Shore Programs Which Make a Home a Good Place to Live by Herbert Shore Program Content (Content of Group Experience) Related to Needs, Appropriate Expectations, and Group Development from the Institutional Point of View Programming for the Recreational Needs of the Aged The Day Resident Program by Herbert Shore A Better Relationship Among Health Care Facilities by Herbert Shore Books on Wheels by Herbert Shore Resident-Centered? By Herbert Shore Review of : “Group Work with the Aged”
“Philadelphia Recreations Project for Older People” by Georgene E. Bowen Elder-Agers…Recreation in Philadelphia by Margaret Hickey Salient Point on Organization of Clubs for Older People by Georgene E. Bowne
Case work in Homes for the Aged by Joseph Kleiman The Golden Age: Guideposts to Mental Health Recreation: St. Barnabas Hospital, New York City Study of Recreation Programs for Older People in Selected Centers in New York City
Public Welfare and Social Work: Emerging Problems of the Aged by Paul H. Landis Set Recreation Programs for Aged Adding Life to Their Years: Jewish Community Center’s Recreation Program for the Aged by Bernard Postal Jewish Center Program Aids: Our Grandparents, 1947 Factors in Programming with Older Adults 11% Plus, Recreation for Older People
Outline of Group work Department of Montefiore Home, July 1947 Recreation and Mental Health by William C. Menninger, M. D. Live Long and Like It: A Brief Description of Recreation Services for Older People by Oskar Schulze, Cleveland Leisure Time Activities for the Aged by Kate Streng Fox A Recreation Program for the Aged and Chronically Ill in Denver’s Convalescent Homes by Virginia Fox
Recreation as an aid to the Adjustment of Old People by Helen Graves Laue A Community Plans a Recreation Program for the Aged by Helen G. Laue The Education and Recreation Agency in Community Planning for the Aged by Helen G. Laue
Note Factors Associated with Status in a Recreational Program for the Aged by I. Bigford Krasner Factors Association with Status in Recreation Program for the Aged by I. Bigford Krasner Present Trends in Older Adult Programming in Jewish Community Centers by I. Bigford Krasner Golden Age Program The Jewish Community Centers Association of Greater St. Louis Golden Age Program City-Wide Recreational Program for Older Folks, St. Louis, MO. Report on Second Joint Picnic Outing Held Wednesday, August 16, 1950 Report on Third Joint Hanukah Party Recreational Needs of the Aging Population: Conference on the Aged
Note Creative Energy is Ageless by Harry A. Levine Recreation and Services for the Aged Education and Recreation for the Aging by Harry A. Levine Community Programs for the Elderly by Harry A. Levine Day Centers for Older People: A Public Service Psychological Aspects in a Day Center Program for Older People by Harry A. Levine