Legislation to Extend the Older Americans Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Aging, Family, and Human Services of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, First Session, on Legislation to Extend the Authorization of the Older Americans Act, March 17, 1981

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2. lappuse - STATEMENT OF HON. EDWARD M. KENNEDY, A US SENATOR FROM THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS Senator KENNEDY. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. I...
165. lappuse - Federallysupported services and benefits on the lives of older persons We are shocked at the cavalier manner in which our society neglects older persons who often desperately need certain Federally-supported services and benefits.
72. lappuse - ... services which will enable older persons to live in their own homes or other places of residence as long as possible.
54. lappuse - ... secure and maintain maximum independence and dignity in a home environment for older persons capable of self-care with appropriate supportive services; and "(2) remove individual and social barriers to economic and personal independence for older persons.
168. lappuse - multipurpose senior center' means a community facility for the organization and provision of a broad spectrum of services (including provision of health, social, and educational services and provision of facilities for recreational activities) for older persons.
76. lappuse - THE ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, STATE UNITS ON AGING AND AREA AGENCIES ON AGING...
117. lappuse - American Association of Retired Persons 1909 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20049 (202) 872-4700 Louise D. Crooks President Horace B. Deets Executive Director The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) appreciates this opportunity to address the important issue of elder abuse.
51. lappuse - ... native Americans. NASUA believes that AOA does not now have the resources it needs to fulfill the mandates of the Older Americans Act. Further erosion of AOA's authority, coupled with further reduction in staff (already at inadequate levels for efficient and effective administration of the programs) will create almost insurmountable barriers to the intent of Congress as defined in Title II of the Act that AOA should be an effective and visible focal point for aging matters at the Federal level....
204. lappuse - Chairman and members of the Subcommittee. We appreciate this opportunity to present the views of the American Bar Association on medical professional liability.
49. lappuse - While the focus of this comprehensive system must continue to be on the most vulnerable aged, the system should at the same time encourage the development of commensurate-needed services for older persons with the ability to pay some or all charges.

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