Social work with older people -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archival resources
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Beverly Foundation records
Abstract The Beverly Foundation records, 1978-2008, consist of founding documents, Executive Committee and Board of Trustees meeting minutes, correspondence, financial records, reports and publications, and 35mm slides from Walter H. Ettinger's book "Fitness after 50". The Beverly Foundation was formed on November 13, 1978 to (1) pilot, test and demonstrate innovative community programs that support the autonomy of older adults, (2) foster nationwide progress in long-term care administration and...
Dates: 1978 - 2008
California Social Welfare Archives agency and miscellaneous records
Abstract This collection consists miscellaneous printed materials and related items from agencies and organizations in California that deal with social welfare and social work. More than 400 organizations are represented, though most are only represented by a few items. Entities include state and local government agencies, schools, non-profit groups, and professional social work organizations. The majority of items date from the 1950s-1990s, though there are some materials dating back as early as the...
Dates: Majority of material found within approximately 1910s-1990s
Center for Healthy Aging records
Abstract The Center for Healthy Aging is a Santa Monica based organization whose main goal is to provide health advice and counselling for senior citizens who might otherwise not be able to afford such care. The Center began in 1976 under the name of Senior Health Peer Counseling; the name was changed to Center for Healthy Aging in 1995. The collection presently contains materials from the governing board meetings, correspondence of the Center's two executive officers, Bernice Bratter (1976-1985) and...
Jewish Home for the Aged of Los Angeles records
Abstract The Jewish Home for the Aged was originally located in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles. In 1976, the Home moved to a new residential facility in the San Fernando Valley (the planning, construction, and dedication of which are referred to in the records), and then merged with the California Home for the Aged, resulting in a new organization called the Jewish Home for the Aging of Greater Los Angeles (and now known as the Los Angeles Jewish Home). Information about the activities of...
Dates: 1957 - 1987