Current social policy recognises that older people should be
treated as experts in their own lives and be actively involved in
their care. This book explores what can be learned from older
people's experiences of managing ageing. Direct connections are
made between the everyday experiences and perspectives of older
people, related research and theoretical perspectives. This yields
an engaging and informative analysis of how older people manage the
ageing experience and what this means for policy and practice
directed at promoting older people's wellbeing. The book will be of
value to undergraduate and postgraduate students in health and
social care and practitioners in these fields.
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||Ageing and the Lifecourse Series
||240 x 172mm (L x W)
||Electronic book text
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