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Product Information Abstracts from the Growing Older with a Disability (GOWD) Conference

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This is a supplement in the Vol12, October-December 2012 issue of the International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC). The supplement's articles are short abstracts of presentations given at the Growing Older with a Disability Conference held in Toronto, Canada in June of 2011.

Here are some sample titles from the 16 abstracts:
* The best national programs protecting the rights of persons aging with disabilities

* Age-specific housing in Australia for low to moderate income older people

* Family caregivers' experience of in-home knowledge translation

* New technologies for people aging with a disability

* Spinal Cord Connections Resource Centre: Promoting health for people growing older with a spinal cord injury

* Aging and disability bridging experiments in the U.S.: Progress and challenges

* Physical activity and nutrition for adults aging with multiple disabilities

* Science and technology enabled changes in ability expectations: Challenges for successful aging of people with and without so called impairments


-Information taken from the IJIC website viewed on 12/19/12 (www.ijic.org/index.php/ijic)
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