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Alone in a Crowd?

Social Isolation of Seniors in Care Facilities

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Alone in a Crowd? by Association of Advocates for Care Reform
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Can a senior living in a care facility with ninety other residents be socially isolated? Certainly. Social isolation is not only about being alone or having visitors. It is also about having choices respected and having opportunities to start or keep meaningful relationships. This handbook provides a unique opportunity to hear seniors talk about their lives in care facilities. It will help seniors, their families and friends, care-facility staff, volunteers and management, and governments better understand what seniors living in care facilities feel is important in their lives.

Author Biography

Association of Advocates for Care Reform
Release date NZ
August 1st, 1998
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Peanut Butter Publishing,U.S.
Pages
169
Dimensions
230x155x11
ISBN-13
9780897167185
Product ID
1858725

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