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A survey of the family carers of 21 Chinese, 26 Greek and 25 Anglo Australian nursing home residents compared their aged relatives' pathways to a mainstream nursing home. The Greek aged were older and more dependent at placement while the Chinese were relatively young. Communities differed in...
A survey compared the reactions of 21 Chinese, 26 Greek and 25 Anglo Australian residents and their family carers to nursing home life. No significant community differences were found in aged people's or their carers' satisfaction with virtually all aspects of the home, the frequency of carers'...
Five hundred and seventeen residents, 60 years of age and older, of an Australian tourist city were surveyed to assess the perceived degree of tourism impact. Impact domains examined included economic, social, cultural, leisure, planning and crime. A range of socio‐demographic information was...
For maintaining and developing motor mobility in old age, motor activity is essential. Many phenomena, which have so far been thought to be due to natural consequences of the ageing process, can now be traced back to lack of physical activity. These findings are illustrated by references to the...
AGEING IN AUSTRALIA D. T. Rowland (Longman Cheshire
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