Older Americans Month 2022

Every May, the Administration for Community Living (ACL) leads the nation’s observance of Older Americans Month. The month emphasizes the advancement of independence, integration, and inclusion throughout the lifespan, and emphasizes the fundamental principle that older adults, regardless of disability, should be able to live where they choose, with the people they choose, and with the ability to participate fully in their communities.

At Cognella, we acknowledge the importance of well preparing helping professionals to work with and support older adults. Our Older Americans catalog addresses myriad issues for aging populations and those who work with them, including U.S. social policy, the psychology of aging, communication and aging, social theories and aging, and more.

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  1. Aging Wisely
    A Guide for Helping Professionals (First Edition)
    David Hutchinson
    ©2020
  2. Social Work Practice with Older Adults
    An Evidence-Based Approach (First Edition)
    Dawn Joosten-Hagye
    ©2019
  3. Narratives on Positive Aging
    Recipes for Success (First Edition)
    Lisa E. Cox
    ©2018
  4. Understanding Communication and Aging
    Developing Knowledge and Awareness (Second Edition)
    Jake Harwood
    ©2018
  5. Intersectionality and Context across the Lifespan
    Readings for Human Development (First Edition)
    Written and Edited by J. Maria Bermudez
    ©2022
  6. Finding Meaning, Facing Fears
    Living Fully Twixt Midlife and Retirement (Second Edition)
    Jerrold Lee Shapiro, Ph.D.
    ©2021
  7. Lifespan Development
    Biopsychosocial Perspectives (Revised First Edition)
    Susan Krauss Whitbourne and Cynthia R. Davis
    ©2021
  8. Ethics and Vulnerable Elders
    The Quest for Individual Rights and a Just Society (First Edition)
    Written and edited by Pamela Teaster, Candace Heisler, and Georgia Anetzberger
    ©2020
  9. A Handbook on Aging
    A Multidisciplinary Perspective with Critical Readings (First Edition)
    Edited by Gregory J. Harris
    ©2018
  10. Social Theories of Aging
    A Brief Synopsis (First Edition)
    Pamela Pitman Brown, Kelly Niles-Yokum, and Hallie Baker
    ©2020

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