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Disability trends and determinants in older ages in Asian countries

OFSTEDAL, Mary Beth
2006

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This presentation presents research about disability trends and determinants in older ages in Asian countries. The author compares the prevalence of functional barriers of disability including the areas of activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living and physical functioning activities. Comparing trends between 1992 and 2002, the author reports that there has been an increase for ageing people and highlight age, gender, socioeconomic status, physical and cognitive health, and psychosocial factors are crucial for undertaking further research in understanding aging and disability
Presentation for the Panel Session on "Aging with Disability : A Global Perspective U-M Council for Disability Concerns"
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan
27 October 2006

Model national personal assistance policy

RATZKA, Adolf
Ed
2004

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Social policy is often characterised by legislation and administration hindering people who depend on it to benefit from it. This paper suggests we recognise the right of disabled people to have the power of decision. The concept of direct payments can help to provide better quality services which are person-centred and which help to eliminate monopolies in the field of social work

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