Loss of Function

The below items have "Loss of Function" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Aging: disuse or disease? [teleconference handouts] Book 1993 BI4.O40
Aging: disuse or disease? [teleconference handouts] Book 1993 BI4.O40
An overview of Alzheimer's disease [cover: biomedical aspects of aging and Alzheimer's disease] Videocassette 1990 MH5.W1

Provides an overview to aging and Alzheimer's Disease--what is normal change and what is disease.

An overview of Alzheimer's disease [cover: biomedical aspects of aging and Alzheimer's disease] DVD 1990 MH5.W1

Provides an overview to aging and Alzheimer's Disease--what is normal change and what is disease.

Bunny and Leona CDROM 2003 AG5.K10

This is the story of two sisters, Bunny 67, and Leona, 72, torn apart after living together for almost 30 years.

Compensating for loss in independent living skill through adaptation: Monthly interdisciplinary conference Book 1990 OT4.R3
I'm pretty old/by J.V.Bosch (producer/director/editor) Videocassette 1993 LT5.B30

Helps viewers empathize with residents' feelings about

I'm pretty old/by J.V.Bosch (producer/director/editor) DVD 1993 LT5.B30

Helps viewers empathize with residents' feelings about

Impaired mobility [trainee's protocol booklet] Book 1995 OT5.P21

Accompanies video OT5.P20 1995.

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