LAW 2777 - Aging and the Law Seminar
This seminar examines the legal problems of the elderly, the fastest-growing segment of American society, and the long-range policy issues arising out of the graying of America. Focus is placed on problems of income maintenance through government benefits and private pensions; the health care system; long-term care in nursing homes and other settings; and control over decision making for the elderly through guardianship, protective services and durable powers of attorney. An interdisciplinary perspective on these issues is emphasized.
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