Handbook on Ethical Issues in Aging

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Subject Index
Abandonment, 191, 199
Abstract ideals, 13
Abuse, 267-269
Access: to insurance, 170; to services, 172, 176
Accommodation, 208
Accountability, 19, 327-328
Acute care decisions, 311-312
Addiction, 146
Administration on Aging, 203
Adult protective services, 192, 193, 194- 195, 196, 216; definition, 197; evolution of, 197-198; hierarchy of principles, 194; involuntary, 199; and self-neglect, 197
Advance care planning, 100
Advance directives, 87, 102, 123, 125, 129-132, 156-160, 163, 301; apppropriateness, 123; difficulties, 156, 159- 160; performative, 160; planning 266- 267; proxy directives, 157-159; for research, 301-302. See also Durable powers of attorney; Living wills
Advocacy, 87
Advocates, 263-264
African Americans, 39-42; attitudes, toward life, death and suicide, 40-41; funerals and the church, 42
Age, 64-68, 70-76
Ageism, 175, 192, 199, 201, 203, 206. See also Social attitudes
Aging, females, 283; losses, 282; nomenclature, 282; sex, 286
Aging of America, 150-153
Aging services, approach to home care, 223
Aging society, 342
Alcohol abuse, 176
Alcoholism, 247
Alzheimer's disease, 88, 152, 189, 208, 209, 246; special care units, 213. See also cognitive impairment
American Association of Retired Persons, 203, 206
American Bar Association, Commission on Legal Problems of the Elderly, 215
American College of Health Care Administrators, 214
American Psychiatric Association, 175
Americans with Disabilities Act, 262
Analgesics, 129, 146
Andrew House, 215
Animism, 13
Anxiety: as diagnosable disorder, 175; as symptom, 175
Applied ethics, 13-14
Aristotle, 340

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