Program Descriptions

The below items have "Program Descriptions" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
ABLE Bodies Balance Training Book 2008 PR4.S11

ABLE Bodies Balance Training offers an activity-based program to improve balance and mobility for both fit and frail

Administration on Aging compendium of products from grants funded under Title IV of the older americans act. Book 1992 AG2.N10

Products developed from AoA grants are d escribed here with ordering information

Administration on Aging compendium of products, volume II Book 1993 AG2.N10

Products developed from AoA grants are described here with ordering information.

Casebook: Integration experiences : program ideas in aging and developmental disabilities Book 1992 AD4.J11

Cases illustrate successful senior programs which integrated persons with developmental disabilities.

Hospice: a caring community Book 1980 DD1.K30
Meeting the Needs of Rural Elders: Eighty Program Profiles Book 1990 RU1.N12
Staying Well: Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults Book 1991 PR3.A3
The Aging Network: Programs and Services Book 1993 FM1.G10

The Aging Network: Programs and Services is a must-have reference for practitioners and a comprehensive overview for

The Aging Networks Book 2011 AG1.A20

Revised and updated to include the most current information concerning later-life care, this seventh edition provides

Well-being resource for older Americans Book 1992 FM3.F30

Prepared for Ralph Nader's Center for Study of Responsive Law, this book lists 200+ organizations in health, hou

Working With Older Adults: Health Promotion Perspectives for Health and Social Service Professionals Book 1990 PR4.K1


The Resource Center is a membership library that serves a variety of health professionals, researchers, educators and individuals involved in geriatrics and gerontology research.


The OGEC Resource Center is part of the Oregon Geriatric Education Center (OGEC). OGEC is a collaboration between Portland State University's Institute on Aging, Oregon Health & Science University, and Oregon State University.

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