Group Work with the Elderly and Family Caregivers
This practical guide is intended for students as well as professionals who would like to develop their skills for working with groups of older adults. Part I provides a conceptual overview of group work, and Part II focuses on specific methods and skills to facilitate different types of group work, including groups that are culturally diverse, as well as teleconferencing and on-line computer network groups. Other topics include leadership; social, recreational, and educational groups; service and advocacy groups; and group work with family caregivers.
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Working with Older Adults in Groups
Facilitating Therapeutic Group Dynamics
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