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Aging in world history
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In Aging in World History, David G. Troyansky presents the first global history of aging. At a time when demographic aging has become a source of worl...
À bientôt...
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In this warm and engaging book, the late, great Sir Roger Moore reflects on life and ageing.Delivered, along with his own hand-drawn sketches, to his ...

We all begin as strangers
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***SHORTLISTED FOR THE BAMB READERS AWARD 2017***Perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty's Truly Madly Guilty and Joanna Cannon's The Trouble with Goats an...
Our souls at night
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'I loved Our Souls at Night' David NichollsThis is a love story. A story about growing old with grace.Addie Moore and Louis Waters have been neighbour...

Developing a relational model of care for older people
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Care of older people is a major issue in the UK, crossing the boundaries between emotion, practical issues and economics. Yet many current concerns, ...
The early birds
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The Early Birds is the touching and funny follow-up to The Future Homemakers of America. 'Funny, heartwarming and a real treat. I would recommend it t...

Age and dancing
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This highly readable introduction to dance with older people combines key debates and issues in the field with practical guidance, as well as a resour...
The Gift of Years
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Not only accepting but celebrating getting old, this inspirational and illuminating work looks at the many facets of the aging process, from purposes ...

Aged by culture
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Americans enjoy longer lives and better health, yet we are becoming increasingly obsessed with trying to stay young. What drives the fear of turning 3...
How to treat people
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'This beguiling memoir traces Case's career as a nurse . . . her empathy and compassion are everywhere' Sunday Times ____________________________The h...

A man called Ove
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The million-copy bestselling phenomenon, Fredrik Backman's heartwarming debut is a funny, moving, uplifting tale of love and community that will leave...
Aging, technology and health
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Aging, Health and Technology takes a problem-centered approach to examine how older adults use technology for health. It examines the many ways in whi...

The middlepause
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In a society obsessed with living longer and looking younger, what does middle age mean today? Spurred by her own brutal propulsion into menopause, M...
Grandma, Tell Me
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Every grandmother holds a treasure trove of memories and mysteries that are yet to be discovered. Grandma, Tell Me contains all the questions you alwa...

You're not old, you're vintage
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Don't let ageing get you down. It's too hard to get back up. -John WagnerLike a valuable antique, maybe your smooth finish has become a little lined...
Happy days of the Grump
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A funny, uplifting and life-affirming tale of grumpiness, perfect if you loved A Man Called Ove, Rachel Joyce's The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry ...

Memento mori
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In this revealing and entertaining guide to how the Romans confronted their own mortality, Peter Jones shows us that all the problems associated with ...
Ageing
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Ageing is an activity we are familiar with from an early age. In our younger years upcoming birthdays are anticipated with an excitement that somewhat...

Art of living, art of dying
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Without an appropriate spiritual care model, it can be difficult to discuss existential questions about death and dying with people who are confronted...
The war on the old
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It is estimated that by 2020, one in five Britons will be pensioners and living a longer retirement than ever before. 'A good thing', politicians add, through gritted teeth. The truth is that for them it is a damned inconvenient thing. An attitude is developing which regards 'the old' as not a tribute to the better life Britain now provides for its