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Medical Ethics - Ethical Issues in Healthcare of Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Medical Ethics – Ethical Issues in Healthcare of Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ethical Issues in Healthcare of Persons with Developmental Disabilities A Threat to Disabled Persons? On the Genetics Approach to Developmental ...
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A Sociology of Aging

A Sociology of Aging

A Sociology of Aging Why are our senior citizens devalued? Do other societies treat their elderly better than we do? ...
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Our Health Care System Cannot Afford Its Customers

Our Health Care System Cannot Afford Its Customers

Our Health Care System Cannot Afford Its Customers Morton Creditor questions why medical care in the United States is totally ...
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Caregiver Access to Resources

Caregiver Access to Resources

Caregiver Access to Resources Helping Caregivers' Self-Identify The reluctance of spouses and family members to identify themselves as caregivers is ...
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Supporting Persons with Developmental Disabilities - A New Model

Supporting Persons with Developmental Disabilities – A New Model

Supporting Persons with Developmental Disability The way we think about and care for people with developmental disability has changed - ...
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Elder Abuse

Elder Abuse

An estimated 120 million adult Americans (57 percent) are either providing unpaid care to an adult family member or friend ...
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Honoring Caregivers - A National Initiative

Honoring Caregivers – A National Initiative

An estimated 120 million adult Americans (57 percent) are either providing unpaid care to an adult family member or friend ...
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Booming Past 65: Aging in Kansas City

Booming Past 65: Aging in Kansas City

A new study projects the number of residents 65 and older in metro Kansas City to double by the year ...
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Aging in Community with Help at Home

Aging in Community with Help at Home

An estimated 120 million adult Americans (57 percent) are either providing unpaid care to an adult family member or friend ...
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