Economic Needs

The below items have "Economic Needs" as a subject.

Title Format Publication Year Call Numbersort descending Abstract
Handbook of aging and the social sciences Book 1990 AG1.B20

Reference use. Part of a series.

Connecting Affordable Senior Housing and Services Book 2007 AG1.W10

The research in this study looks at how to help seniors access affordable housing and services.

Growing old in a new age: work, retirement and economics status [Program 9] DVD 1993 EC5.U3

Part of a 13-part series.

Growing old in a new age: work, retirement and economics status [Program 9] Videocassette 1993 EC5.U3

Part of a 13-part series.

Characteristics of the elderly: instructor's guide Book 1979 EN4.C10

This instructor's guide, accompanying one of 18 workbooks in a housing-management curriculum for HUB-related hou

Characteristics of the elderly: participant's workbook Book 1979 EN4.C12

One of 18 workbooks in a housing-management curriculum for managers in HUD-related housing, each of which is targeted

Health and Financial Decisions: Legal Tools for Preserving Personal Autonomy Book n.d. ET4.C31

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