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Senior Centers

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INNOVATIVE SENIOR CENTERS: DO THEY WORK?

THE USE OF SENIOR CENTERS AS AGE-SEGREGATED ENVIRONMENTS

RETHINKING SENIOR CENTERS: THEIR ROLE IN BUILDING AGE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES

DIGITAL AGING MASTERY PROGRAM®: REACHING SENIORS AND BENEFITING CENTERS WITH TECHNOLOGY

WILSON, Robert Woodrow (born 1936), Senior Scientist, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, since 1994

BARDER, Owen Matthew (born 1967), Senior Fellow and Europe Director, Center for Global Development, since 2011

Dr Jagadeesan Nair, Senior Scientist at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) 1953–2007

Mind–Body Techniques, Race–Ethnicity, and Depression among Urban Senior Center Participants

Predictors of Aggressive Behaviors: A Longitudinal Study in Senior Day Care Centers

Step by Step: Integrating Evidence-Based Fall-Risk Management Into Senior Centers

Impact on Seniors of the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Evidence From a Pilot Study

SENIOR CENTERS IN A CHANGING SOCIETY: FOUR DOMAINS THAT SHAPE THEIR EXPERIENCES

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, TAMPA FAMILY HEALTH CENTER, AND SENIOR CONNECTION PARTNERSHIP

BARNARD, Christiaan Neethling (1922 - 2001), Professor of Surgical Science, Cape Town University, 1968–83, Professor Emeritus, 1984; Senior Consultant and Scientist in Residence, Oklahoma Heart Center, Baptist Medical Center, since 1985

MATHER, John Cromwell (born 1946), Senior Astrophysicist, since 1993, Goddard Fellow, since 1994, Senior Project Scientist, James Webb Space Telescope, since 2005, Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA

MARTIN, Laurence (Woodward) (born 1928), Senior Adviser, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, 2000–06 (Arleigh Burke Professor of Strategy, 1998–2000)

Ritchie-Calder, Peter Ritchie (1906 - 1982), author and journalist; Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California, 1972–75

 

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A community-based setting for provision of a range of social support services to meet the needs of senior citizens, i.e., members of the population loosely defined as “elderly,” i.e., older than 60 or 65 years.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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