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    International Trade Data Network (ITDN)

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    America’s Historical Newspapers

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    Leap of Faith: My Sons’ Adoption Stories, the Journey Continues

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    Patrologia Latina

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    The Patrologia Latina Database offers 221 volumes of works written by the Latin Fathers. It is the extraordinary achievement of the nineteenth-century scholar and priest, Jacques-Paul Migne. It covers the works of the Latin Fathers from Tertullian around 200 a.d. to the death of Pope Innocent III in 1216 and contains the most influential works of late ancient and early medieval theology, philosophy, history, and literature. This review looks at the user interface and content details in this unique database offered by ProQuest

    Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective: 1908-1981

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    Leap of Faith: Adopting our Sons through the State of Massachusetts

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    Elizabeth Borges: A Birth Mother’s Story of Loss and Gain

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    Like Disney For Adults: Life In Freedom Village

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    With an increasingly aging population, American society needs to more effectively address living options for the aging population in the present and future. Older adults have unique needs due to their age, physical and mental condition, varying needs for medical and health care and assistance with their daily activities. Freedom Village is an example of a very successful continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Holland, Michigan. Using a case study approach and structured questions to ask two residents of Freedom Village, her aunt and uncle, over a period of several months, the author learned that they have lived very happily at Freedom Village since 2009. The community provides them and other residents with a safe environment; high quality medical care options that are flexible enough to change as their needs change; opportunities for social contact with both their peers and with younger people; and caregivers who are trained in and understand the unique needs of an older population. One disadvantage of Freedom Village, however, is its steep cost, both to buy in and to pay the monthly maintenance fees. The author concludes that care for older adults should be the responsibility of both their families and the state/federal governments, through policies and legislation that encourage family members to care for their older parents. This will ensure that livable communities such as Freedom Village will be as accessible to older adults with limited resources as they are to those with more extensive means

    Historical Abstracts on ABC-CLIO and EBSCO Platforms

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