From the Coordinator This issue of Special Interest Division 15 Perspectives includes two articles by colleagues from Canada. J. B. Orange, of the University of Western Ontario, talks about similarities and differences in demography of aging in Canada versus the United States and the implications for student training in audiology and speech-language ... Coordinator's Column
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Coordinator's Column   |   December 01, 2002
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SIG 15 Perspectives on Gerontology, December 2002, Vol. 7, 1. doi:10.1044/gero7.3.1-a
SIG 15 Perspectives on Gerontology, December 2002, Vol. 7, 1. doi:10.1044/gero7.3.1-a
This issue of Special Interest Division 15 Perspectives includes two articles by colleagues from Canada. J. B. Orange, of the University of Western Ontario, talks about similarities and differences in demography of aging in Canada versus the United States and the implications for student training in audiology and speech-language pathology. Elizabeth Rochon, of the University of Toronto, discusses primary progressive aphasias, specifically differentiating semantic dementia from Alzheimer’s disease. A brief article on suicide and aging alerts us to the importance of this topic among our clients and their aging caregivers. Other items of interest include a comprehensive list of journals devoted to aging topics, some Quick Facts on Aging, and a new section entitled Glossary that focuses on defining Activities of Daily Living. We hope that you enjoy this issue of our Perspectives.
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