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    • Adult Day Services Participation and Client Depressive Symptoms: A Longitudinal Analysis 

      Bivens, Rebecca; Norouzi, Neda; Jarrott, Shannon (Virginia Tech, 2013-04-04)
      Our study explores whether adult day service (ADS) use is associated with the reduction of Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) scores of older adults who participated in ADS for at least six months.
    • “All the World’s a Stage” – Bridging the Generational Gap through Theatre 

      Norouzi, Neda; Lyon-Hill, Sarah (Virginia Tech, 2014-11-05)
      This research arose from a shared interest and collaboration between two colleagues in different academic fields. Neda Norouzi is a doctoral student in Architecture and Human Development, interested in how the physical ...
    • Assuring Quality Care: Exploring Strategies of Medicaid E&D Waiver Providers 

      Brossoie, Nancy; Roberto, Karen A.; Teaster, Pamela B.; Glass, Anne (Virginia Tech, 2004)
      Implementing quality assurance (QA) programs in unregulated noninstitutional settings remains a challenge for home and community-based service providers. A sample of 65 Elderly & Disabled (E&D) Waiver providers in Virginia ...
    • Caregivers of Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Information and Support Needs 

      Wilcox, Karen L.; Roberto, Karen A.; Blieszner, Rosemary; Winston, Brianne L. (Virginia Tech, 2004-11)
      One of the newer concepts of age-related memory deficit is mild cognitive impairment (MCI). MCI reflects self-reported changes in cognitive function that do not necessarily interfere with work or social relations; it is ...
    • Caregiving Stress, Coping Strategies, and Health Outcomes: Results from the REACH II Study 

      Butner-Kozimor, L. Michelle (Virginia Tech, 2015-11-21)
      The objective of this study was to understand CGs of PwD use of social support and religious and spiritual coping as coping mechanisms and potential impacts on physical and psychological outcomes, in line with the Stress ...
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, 2013 35th Anniversary Edition 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2013)
      This special edition of the Center for Gerontology newsletter commemorates the center's 35th anniversary.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2002 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2002)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2003 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2003)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2004 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2004)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2005 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2005)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2007 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2007)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2009 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2009)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2010 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2010)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2011 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2011)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2012 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2012)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2013 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2013)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2014/Winter 2015 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2015)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Special Edition 2008 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2008)
      This special edition of the Center for Gerontology newsletter commemorates the center's 30th anniversary.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Spring 2003 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2003)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.