Intervening for Success: Strengths-Based Case Management and Successful Aging
The changing demographics of our lime has heightened public awareness and interest in the process of aging. Recently, a focus on successful aging has emerged in professional literature. This concept, while still vague, embodies the hope that more people will be afforded the opportunity to maximize their potential throughout their lifespan. It is argued here that if successful aging can be promoted, then helping professionals must employ appropriate technology to assist this process. This paper describes a strengths-bascd model of case management that can be used in a variety of human service organizations. © 1994 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Sullivan, William Patrick, and Bradley J. Fisher. "Intervening for success: Strengths-based case management and successful aging." Journal of Gerontological Social Work 22, no. 1-2 (1994): 61-74.
Journal of Gerontological Social Work