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Title: Compendium of Active Grants Under Title IV of the Older Americans Act
Corporate Author: National Institute on Aging
United States of America
Date Published: 1990
Page Count: 122
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice/
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Document: PDF
Type: Program/Project Evaluation
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Active grants funded under Title IV of the Older Americans Act are briefly summarized in project descriptions.
Abstract: The grants concern aging population characteristics and needs, Alzheimer's disease, community-based care systems, elder abuse, employment and income security, health care, health promotion and education, housing, legal services, protective services, in-home services, and alcohol abuse. The grants also focus on the management of aging programs, informal caregiving, preparation for aging, quality assurance, supportive services, the National Leadership Institute on Aging, the National Aging Resource Center, career preparation for professionals and paraprofessionals, and academic institutions and training programs. Each project description contains the project title, category, grant number, grantee organization and address, principal investigator and telephone number, start and end dates, funding organization, funding by fiscal year, and an abstract.
Main Term(s): Elder Abuse
Index Term(s): Elderly victim services; Federal programs; Financial assistance to victims
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