Reauthorization of the Older Americans Act, 1984: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Aging of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session ....
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984
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228. lappuse - ... (1) 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. "DEFINITIONS "SEC. 302. For purposes of this title "(1) The term 'social services...
397. lappuse - A lawyer shall not reveal information relating to representation of a client unless the client consents after consultation, except for disclosures that are impliedly authorized in order to carry out the representation, and except as stated in paragraph (b).
208. lappuse - Suitable housing, independently selected, designed and located with reference to special needs and available at costs which older citizens can afford.
323. lappuse - ... may elect to provide, each of which assures a minimum of one-third of the daily recommended dietary allowances as established by the Food and Nutrition Board of the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council...
553. lappuse - ... (e) The Director shall take the necessary action to assure that all studies, evaluations, proposals, and data produced or developed with Federal funds shall become the property of the United States. (f) The Director is authorized to use such sums as are required, but not to exceed 1 per centum of the funds appropriated under this Act, to conduct program and project evaluations (directly, or by grants or contracts) as required by this Act.
533. lappuse - The Congress hereby finds and declares that, in keeping with the traditional American concept of the inherent dignity of the individual in our democratic society, the older people of our Nation are entitled to, and it is the joint and several duty and responsibility of the governments of the United States and of the several States and their political subdivisions to assist our older people to secure equal opportunity to the full and free enjoyment of the following objectives...
525. lappuse - COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES, Washington, DC. The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:30 am, in room SD-430, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Senator Charles E.
140. lappuse - In making grants and contracts under this section, the Commissioner shall give special consideration to projects designed to " (1) assist in meeting the special housing needs of older...
222. lappuse - Kennedy. [The prepared statement of Senator Kennedy follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF SENATOR EDWARD M. KENNEDY Thank you, Chairman Hatch for holding today's hearing on Congress' constitutional role in protecting religious liberty.
573. lappuse - I am William R. Button, Executive Director of the National Council of Senior Citizens. The National Council of Senior Citizens is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of more than 3,800 older people in all 50 states, representing well over three million elderly.