Serving Seniors by RoseMary Honnold
A How-To-Do-It-Manual for Librarians (How-to-Do-It Manuals for Libraries, No. 127.)

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Here is a handbook for planning and delivering innovative library services to one of today's fastest growing demographic groups: older adults. Chapters cover collection development (including large print materials, audio books, program kits, and assistive technologies), programming ideas (discussion groups, coffee clubs, cooking, intergenerational, travel and historical games), partnerships with other agencies, and outreach and homebound services. A special section lists print and online sources for tips from other librarians reaching out to an aging population.

About RoseMary Honnold

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Saralyn A. Mesaros is the Senior Services Coordinator at Coshocton Public Library.
Published November 25, 2003 by Neal-Schuman Publishers. 249 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Education & Reference, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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