In 2006,the Percent Increase in the 65-Plus Population Was Greatest
In 2006,the percent increase in the 65-plus population was greatest in
Older people are more likely to reside in
B) age-segregated housing.
C) resort condominiums.
D) ordinary houses in ordinary neighborhoods.
Studies of homeless elderly have found all of the following EXCEPT
A) homeless shelters tend to boost the self-esteem of the homeless elders they take in.
B) many homeless people have a lifelong pattern of being asocial loners.
C) many homeless men and women suffer mental health problems.
D) the homeless have limited social skills and frail mental health.
The 1996 welfare reform bill called the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act
A) assumes that poverty and homelessness is an individual responsibility that can be addressed by the homeless person getting a job.
B) is expected by analysts to radically decrease the number of homeless persons in the next few decades.
C) was accompanied by social programs designed as safety nets for people living in the streets.
D) contained provisions to increase programs to provide health care, food, and shelter to homeless elders.