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Day Care

February 2004
Report No. 79

The Role and Future Development of Day Services for Older People in Ireland. Conference Proceedings
Yvonne McGivern

This conference, held to present the findings of report no. 74 and discuss their implications, also provided an opportunity to discuss current and future day service provision, as well as identifying prevalent shortcomings and priorities for future development.

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May 2003
Report No. 74

The Role and Future Development of Day Services for Older People in Ireland
Dr Deirdre Haslett

The aim of this report was to examine the main models of day facility in existence 'on the ground', to progress the development of day service objectives and to establish a continuum of day facilities appropriate to older people's diverse needs, abilities and preferences.

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September 1987
Report No. 17

Choices in Community Care: Day Centres for the Elderly in the Eastern Health Board
Janet Convery

This report offers a descriptive analysis of day centres for older people in the Eastern Health Board region.

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April 1982
Report No. 1

Day Hospital Care

This report examines the social and economic advantages of day hospital care for those older people who require hospital care, but not on a residential or in-patient basis.

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