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Perspectives on Disability, Chronic Illness and Aging

Designed to provide a critical examination of the interdisciplinary aspects of disability, chronic illness and aging and to gain deeper insights into the complex nature of living with a disability and/or chronic illness. Issues and challenges related to definitions, concepts, models, research, policy, program and practice implications will be discussed.

HLTH AGE 3D03

Perspectives on Disability, Chronic Illness and Aging

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Designed to provide a critical examination of the interdisciplinary aspects of disability, chronic illness and aging and to gain deeper insights into the complex nature of living with a disability and/or chronic illness. Issues and challenges related to definitions, concepts, models, research, policy, program and practice implications will be discussed.


Randy Jackson

Lecturer

Prerequisite(s): One of HLTH AGE 1AA3 (HEALTH ST 1A03) or HLTH AGE 1BB3 (GERONTOL 1A03) and Registration in Level III or above Antirequisite(s): GERONTOL 4J03, HEALTHST 3D03