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Teleconferencing: An Avenue for College Coursework in Nursing Home Settings
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IJAHD Volume 26, Number 3,

Abstract

Used teleconferencing to provide three-week long community college course on personality development, values, self-concept, coping, and communication skills to 14 elderly nursing home residents. Five participants chosen to illustrate diverse responses to class all showed increased involvement with others, gains in integration of new dependencies with need for independence, and more positive feelings about nursing home placement. (Author/NB)

Citation

Stanley-Muchow, J.L. & Poe, B.Y. (1988). Teleconferencing: An Avenue for College Coursework in Nursing Home Settings. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 26(3), 201. Retrieved September 22, 2020 from .

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