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Age Concern


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Age Concern

Age Concern

Age-Related and Parental Sleep Concerns

CANN, Paul Lewis (born 1953), Chief Executive, Age UK Oxfordshire (formerly Age Concern Oxfordshire), since 2009

LISHMAN, (Arthur) Gordon (born 1947), Director General, Age Concern, and Chief Executive, Age Concern Group, 2000–09

LEE, Anthony Mervyn (born 1949), Chief Executive (formerly Director), Age Concern Surrey, 2001–10

ABRAMS, Mark Alexander (1906 - 1994), Director of Research Unit, Age Concern, 1976–85

Concerns About Recommending Routine Screening Mammograms for Women Aged 40-49 Years

Empathic Concern and Perspective Taking: Linear and Quadratic Effects of Age Across the Adult Life Span

BHUTANESE OLDER ADULT REFUGEES: CONCERNS ABOUT AGING IN THE U.S.

DEVELOPING CULTURALLY-RELEVANT MEDIA MESSAGES FOR ADULT CHILDREN WITH CONCERNS ABOUT AN AGING PARENT

WRIGHT, Thomas Charles Kendal Knox (born 1962), Chief Executive, Age UK (formerly Age Concern England and Help the Aged), since 2009

McLOUGHLIN, Catherine Mary Anne (born 1943), Vice-President, Age UK, since 2009 (Chair, Age Concern England, 2005–09)

AMBACHE, Jeremy Noel (born 1946), Trustee: Age UK (Wandsworth) (formerly Wandsworth Age Concern), since 2008; Wandsworth LINK, 2009–12 (Chairman, 2009)

TINKER, Anthea Margaret (born 1932), Professor of Social Gerontology, since 1988, Director, Age Concern Institute of Gerontology, 1988–98, King’s College London

SPOKES SYMONDS, Ann (Hazel) (born 1925), Chairman, Age Concern England, 1983–86 (Vice-President, 1987–94; Patron, 1994–2010)

HOBMAN, David Burton (1927 - 2003), Director, Age Concern England (National Old People’s Welfare Council), 1970–87

Promising behavior change techniques in a multicomponent intervention to reduce concerns about falls in old age: A Delphi study

Caring for Someone with Depression Toni Battison London: Age Concern Books, 2004. 230 pp, ISBN 0-86242-389-9. £6.99

 

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(in Britain) a voluntary agency with particular interest in the wellbeing of older people.

http://www.ageconcern.org.uk/ Website of Age Concern: includes advice on health issues affecting older people

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