? New York; Harper and Row, 1975.
Explains the gap between what should be and what is reality in the care of the elderly.
Dangott, Lillian and Richard Kalish. A
Time To Enjoy—The Pleasures of Aging
. Englewood; Prentice Hall, 1979.
A positive approach to many topics relating to the elderly with advice on how to live life to the fullest. Includes many references to studies and research already done.
Grollman, Earl and Sharon Grollman.
Caring For Your Aged Parents.
Boston; Beacon Press, 1979.
A compassionate treatment of the problems children must face in dealing with their aged parents in today’s society.
Tender Loving Greed
. New York; Alfred A. Knopf, 1974.
An in depth investigation of over 200 nursing homes that exposes the exploitation of the elderly patients and the need for more humane treatment of the elderly.