Social Science, Gerontology
Unbelievably funny, shocking and poignant anecdotes of life and work in Long-Term Care by Tristan Squire-Smith
“God’s Waiting Room, Geezer Glen, Catheter Flats, the Wrinkly Ranch . . . whatever euphemistic pet name you have for long-term care homes, the overall sentiment remains the same: it’s the last stop. But is all hope lost? Is there no joy? ...
A Guide to the Spiritual Needs and Religious Life of Older Adults by Deacon William Bell
Older adults are a diverse cohort with a wide array of capacities, interests, and needs. Despite the fact that aging is a highly individualized and complex process, it continues to be stereotyped, especially in Western cultures. Any ...