Economic Needs

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

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

Reference use. Part of a 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

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.

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

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