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By Susan J. Hemp and Cheryl Rae Nyberg This research guide identifies and describes 163 books, periodicals, reference tools, databases, electronic discussion groups,
About the Article Only approximately 20% of Americans have engaged in any form of advance care planning and, even among older Americans, the
A new edition of The Elder Law Journal has arrived! View and read all the articles of Volume 26, Number 2 here.
About the Article Theories and empirical evidence suggest older women face heightened discrimination on the basis of age and sex. Current legislation does
About the Article Financial exploitation is one of the most common crimes against seniors. Exploitation schemes significantly impact the elderly, both financially and
About the Article Elderly veterans are especially susceptible to mental illnesses like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. These mental illnesses are a direct result of