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OK to be old--approaches to aging.

Author: Jacoby/Storm Productions.
Publisher: Pleasantville, N.Y. : Sunburst Communications, 1980.
Edition/Format:   Visual material : Filmstrip : English
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Part 1 notes that most definitions of old age are arbitrary and subjective, part 2 focuses on options that may be available to the elderly, and part 3 notes the values of spending time with older people and examines our own attitudes and expectations of old age.
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Material Type: Filmstrip
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jacoby/Storm Productions.
OCLC Number: 6170915
Notes: Title from data sheet.
Sound accompaniment compatible for manual and automatic operation.
Also issued with sound accompaniment on disc.
Credits: Writer, Doug Jacoby; teacher's guide, Doug Jacoby, Doris Storm; photographer, Bruce Jacoby.
Description: 3 rolls : col. ; 35 mm. & 3 cassettes (mono. 48 min.) and teacher's guide.
Contents: pt. 1. How old is old? 108 fr.--pt. 2. When you grow old. 106 fr.--pt. 3. Bridging the gap. 109 fr.
Responsibility: Jacoby/Storm Productions, inc.

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Part 1 notes that most definitions of old age are arbitrary and subjective, part 2 focuses on options that may be available to the elderly, and part 3 notes the values of spending time with older people and examines our own attitudes and expectations of old age.

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