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by Rosalie A. Kane,Robert L. Kane

Download A Will and a Way: What the United States Can Learn from Canada About Caring for the Elderly (Columbia Studies of Social Gerontology and Aging) eBook
ISBN:
0231061366
Author:
Rosalie A. Kane,Robert L. Kane
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Columbia Univ Pr (November 1, 1985)
Pages:
311 pages
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The book describes patterns in the utilization and costs of the programs. It will be compelling reading for those involved in heath care and social welfare.

The book describes patterns in the utilization and costs of the programs. It will be compelling reading for those involved in heath care and s Carefully analyzing the benefit structure of nursing home care and home care provided by Ontario, British Columbia, and Manitoba,A Will and A Way shows how they successfully offer cost-effective, quality long-term care for the aged.

Canadian Journal on Aging, La Revue canadienne du vieillissement. Journal of Aging Studies, Vol. 5, Issue. Geriatric health care policy in the United States and Canada: A comparison of facts and values in defining the problems. Google Scholar Citations. View all Google Scholar citations for this article.

by Robert L. Kane, Rosalie A. Kane, Rosalie S. Kane. Paperback, 311 Pages, Published 1988. No copies of this book were found in stock from 839 online book stores and marketplaces. ISBN-10: 0-231-06137-4, 0231061374 ISBN-13: 978-0-231-06137-7, 9780231061377.

Carefully analyzing the benefit structure of nursing home care and home care provided by Ontario, British Columbia, and Manitoba,A Will and A Way shows how they successfully offer cost-effective, quality long-term care for the aged

Carefully analyzing the benefit structure of nursing home care and home care provided by Ontario, British Columbia, and Manitoba,A Will and A Way shows how they successfully offer cost-effective, quality long-term care for the aged. The book describes patterns in the utilization and costs of the programs.

With Rosalie A. Kane) Assessing the Elderly: A Practical Guide to. . Kane) Assessing the Elderly: A Practical Guide to Measurement, LexingtonBooks (Lexington, MA), 1981. With Rosalie A. Kane) Values and Long-Term Care, Lexington Books (Lexington, MA), 1982. Contributor to books, including Geriatrics in the United States: Manpower Projections and Training Considerations, Rand (Santa Monica, CA), 1980; A Geriatric Medical Policy for California: Manpower and Setting, Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California (Berkeley, CA), 1981; Outcome-Based Reimbursement for Nursing-Home Care, Rand (Santa Monica, CA), 1984; Total Knee Replacement, .

Sociological studies on aging might help explain the difference between Native American age cohorts and the general population.

In modern societies, a strong economy created new levels of prosperity for many people. Only the United States (14 percent) and Russia (13 percent) had lower proportions (Statistics Canada 2013c). Sociological studies on aging might help explain the difference between Native American age cohorts and the general population.

Social inequalities in oral health exist in various countries

Social inequalities in oral health exist in various countries. Each study subject was given a clinical oral examination and an interview about oral health and the use of dental health care services by one of two dentists.

Learn about elderly individuals’ risks of being mistreated and abused. Others require more care. a type of social structure wherein the power is held by a society’s oldest members. Aging comes with many challenges. The loss of independence is one potential part of the process, as are diminished physical ability and age discrimination. Because the elderly typically no longer hold jobs, finances can be a challenge. And due to cultural misconceptions, older people can be targets of ridicule and stereotypes. The elderly face many challenges in later life, but they do not have to enter old age without dignity.