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Former Assistant Secretary for Aging Dr. Fernando Torres-Gil Discusses the New Political Reality of Immigration in an Aging Society Event
Angel, Jacqueline L. Faculty
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Texas is graying and the state must adapt LBJ in the News
Texas is graying and the state needs to adapt to it LBJ in the News
Latinos enjoy longevity despite socioeconomic woes LBJ in the News
Angel: Hispanics remain unequal when it comes to health care LBJ in the News
Adult Day Care Centers Thriving in South Texas LBJ in the News
Challenges of aging reach across borders LBJ in the News
Angel, Prickett: Women in a window of vulnerability LBJ in the News
(Jon) Weizenbaum (MPAff '01) to Lead Department of Aging and Disability Services LBJ in the News
Address aging Austin's needs now LBJ in the News
Austin not ready for 'silver tsunami' of poor seniors, experts warn LBJ in the News
Aging in America: The Latino Perspective LBJ in the News
Angel: Challenge of caring for an aging Latino population LBJ in the News
International Conference on Aging in the Americas to be Held Sept. 17-19 News
Jacqui Angel Wins Prestigious American Sociological Association Publication Award News
LBJ School Professor Jacqui Angel Edits First Handbook of Sociology of Aging News
Jacqui Angel Receives $680,000 Grant from National Institute of Health to Research Long-Term Care in Older Mexican-American Families News
LBJ School Experts Offer Analysis of 82nd Texas State Legislature News
The 2010 International Conference on Aging in the Americas Sept. 15-17 News
Latino and Non-Latino Elderly in Los Angeles County: Demographic Trends for Disability and Long-Term Care Videos
Trends in Racial Composition of Nursing Home Residents: 2000-2007 Videos
Keynote Address - Aging Policy and its Implications for Preventive Long-term Care in the Mexican-origin Videos
Aging and Long-term Care in Mexican-American Families Videos
The Role of Sociocultural Factors in Latino Family Dementia Caregiving: Lessons from Qualitative and Quantitative Research Videos
Does the Latino Paradox in Mortality Extend to Disability? A Comparison of Older Mexicans in the United States and Mexico Videos
Cumulative Effects of Sociocultural Status on Disability in Aging Mexican Americans: Findings from the San Antonio Longitudinal Study of Aging Videos
Transitions in Disability in Mexico and US: Does Physical Activity Matter? Videos
Keynote Address - Latinos Aging in Place: Issues and Potential Solutions Videos
Nativity, Immigration, and the Cognitive Functioning Trajectories of Older Mexican Americans Videos
National Health and Aging Trends Study and its Implications for Harmonization and Comparative Research in Latin America Videos
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