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  1. Free Money(r) and Services for Seniors and Their Families by Laurie Blum, 1995-07-11
  2. Help! I Woke Up a Senior Citizen and Don't Know What to Do: An Information and Reference Guide for Everyone by Frank Singer, 2000-12-20

1. Chinese Senior Citizens Enjoy Family Life
Policy Making in Depth People. Investment. Life. Books/Reviews. News of This Week. Learning Chinese. Chinese Senior Citizens Enjoy

2. Government Programs In Germany - Federal Ministry For Family
Government Programs in Germany Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, Employment Sector

3. Senior Citizens How Gambling Can Affect Family Finances
Senior Citizens Sharing Our Passion for Humanity How gambling can affect family finances

4. Online Einkaufen English Books The Savvy Senior The Ultimate
English BooksOnline-Shop. The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide to Health, Family, and Finances for Senior Citizens. Jim Miller. billig bestellen

5. Book Reviews - The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide To Health
The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide To Health, Family, And Finances For Senior Citizens (Thorndike Press Large Print Senior Lifestyles Series)

6. VICNET Senior Citizens
Senior Citizens (21) Senior Citizens links on VICNET You are in Family Senior Citizens 4 Steps for Life Free CPR course

7. Senior Citizens
This category of the Vicnet Directory contains 22 links You are in Family Senior Citizens 4 Steps for Life Free CPR course

8. The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide To Health, Family, And
The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide to Health, Family, and Finances for Senior Citizens Hotel Resource Book Store

9. The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide To Health, Family, And
The Savvy Senior The Ultimate Guide to Health, Family, and Finances for Senior Citizens

10. Government Programs In Germany - Federal Ministry For Family Affairs, Senior Cit
This project of Federal Ministry for family Affairs, senior citizens, Women andYouth is Third Universities Special Programme in the science Sector
Employment Index Germany e.quality@work Government Programs in Germany - Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth Advice on Mobile Time-Qualified Part-time Work for Women and Men The project, run by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, has been in operation since May 1995. The aim is to promote part-time work in the private sector and in specialist and executive positions. The Ministry offers interested companies advice on developing tailor-made models of part-time work, which are elaborated in consultation with personnel management, the Works Council and interested employees. Counselling Offers on the Improved Reconciliation of Family and Career in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, 1994-1997 The pilot project of the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth was sponsored by the chambers of industry and commerce and a private sector education centre. The focus of the information and advice disseminated focussed on flexible forms of work and mobile time models that reconcile family and career as well as employer's interests of improving the structure of company time. At the end of the project, a report was issued that concluded that family-friendly working policies and competitiveness were not necessarily contradictory. Female Entrepreneurs Network pilot Project This project of Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth is aimed to establish a competence centre for women entrepreneurs, as well as an European Union network for the promotion of women setting-up in business.

11. ScienceDaily Books : The Savvy Senior : The Ultimate Guide To Health, Family, An
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12. Senior Citizens: How Gambling Can Affect Family Finances
senior citizens Sharing Our Passion for Humanity How gambling can affectfamily finances Christian science Monitor, April 8, 2005
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April 11, 2005
How gambling can affect family finances
When a casino operator wants to set up shop in town, he usually comes equipped with an array of economic studies touting the great boon in business and tax revenues to expect once the slot machines and blackjack tables are set up and the roulette wheel starts spinning. But as the nation's states and localities become ever more dependent on gambling to keep their revenue coffers full - some for as much as 10 percent of revenues - an increasing number of studies are raising questions about the losing side of that equation. Read more
By Alexandra Marks
Christian Science Monitor, April 8, 2005

13. - Family - Protecting Senior Citizens Against Crime
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Protecting Senior Citizens Against Crime
Everyone must face the realities of aging. Situations vary as do the ways people deal with growing older. Regardless of the circumstances, however, most older people say they worry about crime. Many fear becoming victims of crime. As a group, older people can be a powerful and active force. As individuals, they often can be vulnerable and may need help. Older people can be vurnerable to:
  • Violent crimes-many older people are afraid that they are easy targets. Aware of their diminished strength and mobility, they realize that chances of outrunning or fighting off an attacker would be slim. Property crimes-burglaries, theft and vandalism can be especially distressing to older individuals whose security and well-being are tenuous. The ability to replace stolen or damaged property may be limited, and their lives may be permanently affected. Frauds and scams-some of the elderly can fall victim to fraudulent schemes and can be favorite targets for con artists. Often, the amount of money lost can be devastating. Elder abuse-mistreatment occurs both in domestic and institutional settings. Abuse does not have to be physical-passive neglect has left seniors in unclean, poorly heated housing, existing on inadequate diets.

14. The Current Situation Of Education/Learning Of Senior Citizens In Korea - µÎ³
family relations, senior citizen s life, sociology, Psychology, The role of senior education on the emerging new age, study of science technology,
The Current Situation of Education/Learning of Senior Citizens in Korea
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Educating the senior citizens in Korea
The problems and prospect of education for the old in Korea

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Educating the senior citizens in Korea
There have been many schools established for the senior citizens since the Seoul Lifelong Education Center was established offering a program called 'school of the old aged life' in 1972. Continuously, The Korea Research Institute For Educating The Aged was founded in 1976, and Korean Society of Gerontology Studies was established in 1978. There was also national effort such as the enactment of a series of welfare-related laws for the senior citizens and the Charter of Respect for the Old people.
The quantitative growth in numbers of institutions, however, failed to ensure the qualitative development. Educational provisions under the Ministry of Education usually put heavy energy into "entertainment-style" recreations. The other side under the Ministry of Health and Welfare is no better than what MOE institutions did.

15. Biblioteca Pública Por Internet: Consumer Issues & Services
The American Association of family and Consumer science (AAFCS) is the only to educating and informing senior citizens about Social Security, Medicare,
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American Association of Family and Consumer Science
"The American Association of Family and Consumer Science (AAFCS) is the only national organization representing family and consumer sciences professionals across practice areas and content specializations. Composed of 14,500 professionals in the family and consumer sciences, its members include elementary, secondary and post-secondary educators and administrators; cooperative extension educators; and other professionals in government, business and the nonprofit sectors." The site has association news, publications and information about awards, grants, and professional development resources.
American Bankruptcy Institute
"The American Bankruptcy Institute is the largest multi-disciplinary, non-partisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. ABI was founded in 1982 to provide Congress and the public with unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. The ABI membership includes nearly 6,500 attorneys, auctioneers, bankers, judges, lenders, professors, turnaround specialists, accountants and other bankruptcy professionals providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information. In fulfillment of its mission to provide information to its members, journalists, Congress and the public, ABI is engaged in numerous educational and research activities, as well as the production of a number of publications both for the insolvency practitioner and the public."

16. News Release - UT Health Science Center-San Antonio
While working with family physicians in Laredo, students learn about care topatient of all ages, from pregnant women to children to senior citizens.
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Students get "hands-on" instruction in Laredo (5/5/97)
Medical students from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio are learning "hands-on" medicine with physicians in Laredo. "I helped deliver at least a dozen babies," said Jim Kopp, one of 12 students who have completed the six-week family medicine clerkship program since it began in October. The first of its kind in Laredo, the program is made possible by four physicians with the Laredo Medical Group, Mercy Regional Medical Center, and the South Texas/Border Region Health Education Initiative, a special legislative project to enhance health-care education. Medical students spend most of their third year in a series of clerkship "rotations," six-week intervals when they learn in clinical settings about specialties such as obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatry, surgery, family practice and internal medicine. The Laredo program teaches family practice medicine. It is directed by F. David Schneider, MD, assistant professor, and Barry D. Weiss, MD, professor and chairman of family practice, from the Health Science Center. In addition to teaching, the program's goal is to expose students to the rigors of being a family practitioner and the unique demands of practicing medicine along the border. Through the program, the university and Mercy hope to attract new physicians to the border region.

17. Tri-College Event Calendar
Admission is $3 for adults and $1.50 for students, senior citizens and children12 and 26 Sunday, 2 to 4 pm family event at the Regional science Center
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Concordia College Events in MAROON Submit events for the Event Calendar Submit press releases or article ideas for publication on TCU Web site August September ... July August September 11- November 14 MSUM Roland Dille Center for the Arts Gallery Exhibition, constructed screenprint monotypes by Robert Schwieger, a printmaker from Nebraska. Gallery hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 1 to 3 p.m. (free) 21 - Oct. 2 NDSU Studio, scholarship exhibit, Reineke Gallery, Reception 6 PM Saturday, Sept. 24 NDSU Homecoming NDSU Career Center, Engineering and Tech Expo, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Bison Sports Arena NDSU, Plant Pathology-Kiersten Wise, graduate student, "Survival and Dispersal of Colletotrichum acutatum Under Field Conditions," 1 PM, Loftsgard 114 NDSU Animal and range sciences- Lawrence Reynolds, professor of animal and range sciences, "Birth and Weaning Weights of Sheep Breeds at the US Sheep Experiment Station, Dubois, Idaho: 1950-2003," 3PM, Hultz 104 NDSU Plant sciences-Sujan Mamidi, graduate student, "Tilling and Ecotiling-Methods for Reverse Genetics," 3:30PM, Loftsgard 114

18. Healthy People Library Project: The Science Inside:E-Book Series:Fitness And Nut
Offers tips for getting the whole family involved in living a more healthy lifestyle . Gives senior citizens tips about exercising.
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The Science Inside: Fitness and Nutrition
The fitness and nutrition booklet discusses the importance of good health habits such as eating right and exercising. It summarizes the consequences of poor nutrition and the lack of exercise, including fatigue, decreased immunity, and major illness. The book also discusses what can block good health, such as genetics and inadequate health care, and what people can do to stay healthy. This e-book is scheduled for publication in July 2005. Additional resources on fitness and nutrition are provided below, in both English and Spanish.
Resources in English Active at Any Size
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
Explains how a heavy person can start exercising and which exercises are best for him or her. Asthma and Physical Activity at School
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

19. USC Wrigley Institute | Education
Trojan Island Adventure These are special family science experiences that Elderhostel - These programs offer groups of senior citizens a week-long

Informal Education Programs Listing for the Wrigley Marine Science Center
NAML K-12 Education and Outreach Program Listing USC Catalina Semester - Immerse yourself in life at the USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies' (WIES) Catalina Island laboratory while adding invaluable experience to your undergraduate educational resume. Students live on Catalina for the entire Spring semester and take selected courses in environmental studies and biology. All courses are designed to make use of the special settings of Catalina Island. Students have unique opportunities to conduct independent and directed research projects under the mentorship of the USC and visiting faculty. Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) - The University of Southern California Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies has received National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) funding to support 8 fellowships for undergraduate student research at the University of Southern California during the summer of 2005 (May 31 - August 6, 2005). "Geobiology-Marine Sciences at the Interface between the Life and Earth Sciences" draws on a diverse faculty from marine environmental biology and earth sciences. Students will design and conduct independent projects under faculty supervision within several broad research areas including: Biogeochemistry of oceans and sediments - links between present and past, evolution and population genetics of marine organisms, and physiology of individuals and systems ecology of ecosystems.

20. Chicago Botanic Garden - Science First Press Release
Hill Center (a nonprofit family resource center) to bring science First, On Tuesdays, senior citizens ages 62 and older pay just $5.75 for parking.
Contact: Sue Markgraf
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(1-847) 917-9654, cell
For Immediate Release
Bringing Science First From the Garden to Gads Hill
Primero la Ciencia Began June 28
GLENCOE, Ill. (July 19, 2004)
Primero la Ciencia debuted June 28 with a four-week camp for sixth and seventh grade students at Gads Hill Center, 1919 W. Cullerton St. A session for eighth and ninth graders follows July 26. Five additional activities will be conducted during the school year to maintain and nurture student interest in the sciences and math.
Professors Judith and Norman Lederman from the Illinois Institute of Technology's Math and Science Education Department will be in charge of evaluating the program. They have conducted evaluations of curriculum projects worldwide, including in South Africa, the Netherlands, Taiwan, Australia and Sweden.
Science First is a continuation of College First, a successful science education program for rising sophomores and juniors from Chicago Public Schools. College First offers 20 high school students an eight-week summer science internship, with monthly meetings throughout the school year to explore environmental science, career options and college awareness and preparation.

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