Social Group Work With Six Senile Psychotic and Arteriosclerotic Female Residents at the Mary Manning Walsh Home in New York City From October 1962 to February 1963
Background of the Study. The recent history of the aging in the United States has been one of rapid change. On the one hand, new problems have been developing as more people live to an older age. The problems of medical care, income maintenance, family relationships, housing, the use of leisure time and behavior disturbance in social functioning, are not uncommon. Social functioning is the result of the interaction of physical status, psychological forces and social-environment influences. Within this sphere, social dysfunctioning in institutionalized aging persons, the writer has studied the effectiveness of the Social Group Work method with the Senile Psychotic and Arteriosclerotic aged persons.
Social research|Social psychology|Social work
Bean, Sister Mary Joachim de Lourdes, "Social Group Work With Six Senile Psychotic and Arteriosclerotic Female Residents at the Mary Manning Walsh Home in New York City From October 1962 to February 1963" (1963). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30670836.