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Psychosocial Issues for Older Adults in Disasters
William Oriol (a.); Alixe McNeill & Diana Nordboe (eds.). Older Americans, who almost by definition are survivors, may be especially hard hit by disasters arising from natural & human caused disasters. This guide is directed at: health & mental health prof’s., who may or may not have experience in treating or assisting elders on a regular basis or at times of extreme stress, such as disasters & their aftermaths; temporary paid or volunteer emergency workers; family members, who are often caregivers for elders; & professionals who work primarily in aging, either as service providers or in public agencies. This guide will illuminate psychological or emotional difficulties that may arise within older populations during & after disasters. Explores the “social” problems likely to affect emotional equilibrium.
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