Older Americans Programs Oversight in Waterloo, Iowa: Hearing Before the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session, January 9, 1978, Waterloo, Iowa
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978 - 105 lappuses
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able activity additional administration adult Advisory Council Agencies on Aging Area Agency assistance believe BLOUIN centers City clients coming committee concerned CONGRESS THE LIBRARY continue coordination cost Cross deal delivery Department District effective efforts elderly employment existing Federal feel funding give given governments GRASSLEY guidelines hearing homemaker housing important improve income increase Indian individual input involved Iowa it's kind legislation LIBRARY OF CONGRESS limited live meals meet month needs nursing nutrition Older Americans Act opportunity organizations participants percent persons planning present priorities problems programs question receive record represent responsibility rural senior senior citizens serve social services staff STATEMENT suggest testimony Thank things tion transportation units utilization Waterloo week
88. lappuse - Please feel free to call on us if we can be of further assistance. Sincerely, Clark D.
83. lappuse - To provide meaningful part-time volunteer opportunities for low income older persons to render supportive person-to-person services to children with special or exceptional needs in health, education, welfare and related areas.
81. lappuse - THE ADMINISTRATION ON AGING, STATE UNITS ON AGING AND AREA AGENCIES ON AGING...
12. lappuse - ... population. However, to further improve the ability of the area agency to make some measurable impact on the problems faced by the elderly living outside of urban areas, I would like to recommend the following changes in the Older Americans Act for your consideration. (1) Provide to the greatest degree possible for the integration of title VII programs with the AAA's planning efforts. Because title VII is a separate categorical program under the Older Americans Act, it tends to set up a potential...
99. lappuse - ... eligible individuals"): (3) to furnish a site for such nutrition project in as close proximity to the majority of eligible individuals' residences as feasible, such as a school or a church, preferably within walking distance where possible and. where appropriate, to furnish transportation to such site or...
43. lappuse - ... independently selected, designed and located with reference to special needs and available at costs which older citizens can afford.
97. lappuse - Technique are: (1) To assure different processes for each phase of creativity. (2) To balance participation among members. (3) To incorporate mathematical voting techniques in the aggregation of group judgment (7).
34. lappuse - Kittredge, why don't we start with you, and then we will go to Mr.
22. lappuse - ... problem could be alleviated is by providing the vehicles deemed necessary to overcome the existing conditions cited above. However, each Indian tribe or organization should define its own transportation requirements to fit its respective needs. Education, Physical and Spiritual Well-Being Issue 1. The social, physical, and spiritual wellbeing is a very important aspect of the American Indian. There are no funds available to finance well-rounded social or culturally-oriented activities for elderly...