Retirement

The below items have "Retirement" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
AARP: Why Move, Improve Videocassette n.d. EN5.H31
AARP: Why Move, Improve DVD n.d. EN5.H31
Adapting Homes to Successfully Age in Place Videocassette 2003 EN5.H20

This video discusses how many older adults' homes lack the functional design needed to accommodate for the losse

Adapting Homes to Successfully Age in Place DVD 2003 EN5.H20

This video discusses how many older adults' homes lack the functional design needed to accommodate for the losses fre

Aging 03/04 Book 2003 AG8.A2

Aging 03/04 is one in a series of over seventy-five volumes, each designed to provide convenient, inexpensive access

Aging 05/06 Book 2005 AG8.A20

Aging 05/06 is one in a series of over seventy-five volumes, each designed to provide convenient, inexpensive access

Aging in a changing society, second edition Book 1981 AG1.B30

Previous title: "Old age in a changing society." Looks at aging, widowhood, friendships, relstionships betw

Aging, 98/99 Book 1998 AG8.A20

Covers aging, quality of life, societal attitudes, problems and potential of aging, retirement, dying, living environ

Aging, eleventh edition Book 1997 AG8.A20

Covers aging, quality of life, societal attitudes, problems and potential of aging, retirement, dying, living environ

Aging, fourth edition Book 1985 AG8.A20

Covers aging, longevity, societal attitudes, problems and potentials of aging, retirement, dying, living environments

Aging, seventh edition Book 1991 AG8.A20

Covers aging, quality of life, societal attitudes, problems and potential of aging, retirement, dying, living inviron

Aging, Society, and the Life Course Book 2011 AG1.A50

This is a comprehensive textbook for both undergraduate and graduate level courses, detailing the impact of societal

Aging, third edition Book 1983 AG8.A20

Covers aging, longevity, societal attitudes, problems and potentials of aging, retiremenets, dying, living environme

Breaking the Watch Book 2000 AG1.S10

In this book, several recently retired men and women are interviewed about what it is like to no longer be working, a

Can You Afford to Retire? DVD 2006 EC5.C1

The baby booner generation is headed for a shock as it hits retirement: boomers will be long on life expectancy but s

Coming of Age: Toward a National Retirement Income Policy Book 1981 PU1.P4
Forever Young Videocassette 1990 AG5.L10

Documentary that looks at the post-retirement years of several older adults, age 66-82, who share their wisdom and wa

Forever Young DVD 1990 AG5.L10

Documentary that looks at the post-retirement years of several older adults, age 66-82, who share their wisdom and wa

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

Part of a 13-part series.

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

Part of a 13-part series.

It's an AGE Thing Mixed media 2003 AG5.W3

It's an AGE Thing takes a comprehensive and common-sense approach to the challenges of aging.

Living Longer ?_Living Better? DVD 2003 EC5.F1

Thanks to recent advances in medicine, longevity is on the rise.

Old age in a changing society Book 1973 AG1.B30

Looks at aging, widowhood, retirement, relationships between parents and children, friendships, identity issues, illn

Pensions in a changing economy Book 1993 EC7.B50

Topics covered in this collection of reports includes: the role of pensions in retirement income, changes in employer

Providing Adequate Retirement Income: Pension Reform in the United States and Abroad Book 1974 EC1.P40

Contents in include: The United States and other countries --
Dynamic pension systems --
Sweden --

The Care of Tomorrow's Elderly Book 1989 PU1.L10

Policy makers need to be concerned with the future health care and retirement needs of our aging population, accordin

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