Federal Aging Programs Oversight: Hearing Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, First Session, on Oversight of Federal Aging Programs, December 9, 1981, Washington, D.C.

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14. lappuse - I will be happy to answer any questions you or members of the Committee may have.
2. lappuse - Mr. Chairman, I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to present this statement for the National Guard Association.
88. lappuse - Section 4 of the amended Constitution and Bylaws of the Gila River Indian Community ratified by the Tribe, January 22...
135. lappuse - Pursuit of meaningful activity within the widest range of civic, cultural, and recreational opportunities.
135. lappuse - November 1949; that the foregoing resolution was duly adopted at such meeting by the affirmative vote of 4 members ; and that said resolution has not been rescinded or amended in any way.
6. lappuse - I wish to thank the committee for the opportunity to appear before it on this important issue, and will be happy to answer any questions which the committee may have. The CHAIRMAN.
14. lappuse - Custodial care in essentially nonmedical care and protection provided to an eligible client when, due to age, infirmity, physical, or mental impairment, that client requires care from others in his or her daily living. This care may be provided in the most appropriate nonmedical setting, including the client's home, an institution, or other group care setting.
95. lappuse - Transportation Many of the elderly, who care for grandchildren during the day, may wish occasionally to get together after their children return from work. At times when special events occur, traditional dances, etc., the senior citizen often cannot attend due to regulations, lack of transportation, lack of personnel assistance, etc.
93. lappuse - Indian family to that of the most dependent. They suffer a dependency that has been brought about because of cultural isolation. They are isolated from traditional communities where common languages and highly structured kinship systems gave the elderly a vital role in teaching the traditions among the young.
93. lappuse - ... traditional communities where common languages and highly structured kinship systems gave the elderly a vital role in teaching the traditions among the young. The urban elderly are isolated from the support and direction of tribal societies.

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