Making Aging in Place Work

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There were also major proposals for the expansion of education, health, housing, and the creation of land-settlement schemes. Today's "grassroots" organisation may be tomorrow's bureaucracy, or - given that ephemerality is more historically typical of voluntary organisations - it may fade into future irrelevance, its task completed or superseded. Prerequisite(s): grade of C or higher in R SSW 401, 405Z and 408; grade of S in R SSW 400 and by permission of instructor.

Pages: 140

Publisher: Routledge (August 19, 1999)

ISBN: 0789007533

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