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Baby Boomers Can My Eighties Be Like My Fifties? (Springer Series on Life Styles and Issues in Aging)

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Care of the elderly, Elderly, Social Work, Medical, Medical / Nursing, USA, General, Gerontology, Nursing - Geront
ContributionsM. Joanna Mellor (Editor), Helen Rehr (Editor)
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL8165808M
ISBN 100826126154
ISBN 139780826126153
OCLC/WorldCa58432204

Baby Boomers: Can My Eighties Be Like My Fifties. (Springer Series on Lifestyles and Issues in Aging) 1st Edition. by D.S. Joanna Mellor (Editor), D.S. Helen Rehr (Series Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or Author: D.S.

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Health Care Professionals and Their Education: p. Community Collaboration and Advocacy: p. Can My Eighties Be Like My Fifties?: Conclusions and Recommendations: p. Appendix: p. Social Work Fellows. The importance of this book lies in the fact that it addresses the lack of planning by both the Baby Boomers and services providers, and identifies steps to be taken, with particular emphasis given to needed changes in the education of health and social service.

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perceptions of their future social-health care expectations and needs. ISBN Edition 01 Binding Paper. Several books, such as Baby Boomers: Can My Eighties Be Like My Fifties. and Baby Boomers and Their Parents: Surprising Findings About their Lifestyles, Mindsets, and Well-Being, have been written about the aging of Baby Boomers and what that means for our society.

Baby boomers are the demographic cohort following the Silent Generation and preceding Generation generation is most often defined as individuals born between andduring the post–World War II baby boom. The baby boom has been described variously as a "shockwave" and as "the pig in the python"; in particular, 76 million Americans were born during this timeframe.

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Don’t do these things and the relentless tides of aging will sweep over you and make you weak and sick and kill you early.

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ISBN ; M. Joanna Mellor and Helen Rehr, Baby Boomers: Can My Eighties Be Like My Fifties. Known for: Director of the Department of Social Work at Mount Sinai Hospital. "Sometimes," he writes, "I feel like a scout from my generation, sent out ahead to experience in my fifties what even the healthiest Boomers are going to experience in their sixties, seventies, or eighties.".

Can My Eighties Be like My Fifties. Item Number: Be the first to review this item Much has been written about the Baby Boom generation but this is the first book to address current issues they face while simultaneously projecting ahead to challenges and benefits that are likely to characterize this next generation of older persons.

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Baby boomers can my eighties be like my fifties. / Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact. About Old Age. Vanity Fair columnist Michael Kinsley escorts his fellow Boomers through the door marked “Exit.” The notorious baby boomers—the largest age cohort in history—are approaching the end and starting to plan their final moves in the game of life.

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Taking a look at the challenges and frustrations that happen to aging women in the modern world, A. Mary Smith describes her experiences that probably many other Baby Boomers can relate to in this funny book. A thought provoking and amusing read that many retirees can relate with.

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Now they are asking: What was that all about? W.