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Index to the Care of Older People: England and Japan, A Comparative Study

Index to the Care of Older People: England and Japan, A Comparative Study

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Index to the Care of Older People: England and Japan, A Comparative Study. Number 11 in the series Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine, published by Pickering & Chatto
Index to the Care of Older People: England and Japan, A Comparative Study. Number 11 in the series Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine, published by Pickering & Chatto

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INDEX
Page numbers in bold type reer to gures and tables.
abuse o older people, 34–5, 48–9, 63–4,148, 172, 182ageing population, 33, 55, 56–7, 61, 63, 68Allen, Isobel, 5almshouses, 7, 39, 41–2, 43–5Giu Preecture, 95–9lie inside, 99–101
 see also
Yorokaen Old People’s InstitutionAndover scandal 1846, 13Arie, om, 5Ariyoshi, Sawako, 57assisted suicide, 189
 Asylums
(Gofman), 4–5
 Ballad o Oak Mountain
(Fukazawa), 39Barton, Russell, 5bed blocking, 23, 28bedridden older people, 54–5, 56, 108,188–9Bethel, Diana Lynn, 6
 Better Home Lie, A 
(code o practice), 37Bevan, Aneuran, 19, 20Booth, Charles, 17, 18Boucher Report 1957, 23Brabazon Employment Scheme, 18Branch o Policy or the Elderly, 55Brown, Muriel, 6Buddhism, 39, 103, 153, 156, 185Buddhist Old People’s Association, 97
 Building the National Care Service
, 38Care Not Killing, 189Care o the Aged in Public Assistance Homesand Institutions (1947 Circular), 74Care Standards Act 2001, 37
Caring or People
(white paper), 32, 35
Caring or the Elderly in Japan and the US 
 (Long), 8Central Social Welare Advisory Council(Japan), 53charities, 17, 44Charles, Enid, 1Cherry, Steven, 9Chronically Sick and Disabled Act 1970, 27
Cold Comort 
, 34community care, 4–5, 20–1, 22development, 26, 27–8expansion o, 31Giu Preecture, 109 Japan, 44, 56Norolk, 89, 135UK, lack o unding, 190
 see also
Long-erm Care Insurance(Japan)Community Care Plan or 1972, 26community welare centres, 52, 111–12Conucianism, 2, 39, 40, 106, 185Cooper, David, 5Council or raining in Social Work, 27Crowther, Anne, 15day care and short-stay acilities, 85, 112,135–6, 145, 164, 190death rites, 156deinstitutionalization, 4, 5dementia, 67, 114–15, 116, 186Digby, Anne, 5Dignity in Dying, 189Dilnot Commission 2011, 1, 38Donnison, D. V., 29
 
286
Te Care o Older People
Eastgate House, Norolk, 78, 80, 83–4amenities, provisions and services,128–30Christmas celebrations, 128comorts und, 129–30comparison with Yorokaen (Giu),187–8complaints and suggestions, 130costs, 123–4days out, 129holidays, 129leave, 129 people o no xed abode admissions,122–3 physical environment, 124–8 public accountability, 130residents’ characteristics, 122–4standards o care and staf, 130–3televisions, 128 visits, 128 workhouse origins, 121–2Elderly Health Care Act 1982 (Japan), 59–60Elderly Welare Act 1963 (Japan), 52, 53,54, 179Elizabethan Poor Law 1601, 14, 15Emergency Five Year Plan or ResidentialFacilities 1970 (Japan), 56, 108Emergency Medical Service (EMS) scheme,18–19EnglandConservative welare policies 1980s,32–5development o a tiered market, 35–8developments in the care o older people1948–60, 21–5expansion and retrenchment 1960–79,26–31National Assistance Act 1948, 19–21 welare reorm, 17–19 workhouse system, 13–17Esping-Andersen, G., 7–8amily care o older people, 2, 38, 39–40,56–7, 58, 192abuse o older people, 48–9, 63–4, 182uture demand, 192Giu Preecture, 108, 110–11 Japans reassertion o amily responsibili-ties, 59, 62, 191
 Fify-Year History o National Council o   Elderly Homes
(Ogasawara), 6Foucault, Michel, 5Foulgers, House, Norolk, 144–5Fukazawa, Shichiro, 39Funding o Care and Support (Dilnot Com-mission), 38gender issues, 191geriatric hospitals
see
psychiatric and psycho-geriatric hospitalsGiu Almshouse, 97, 99Giu Preecture, residential carealmshouses 1908–45, 95–9area prole, 95attitude o newspapers to old people’shomes, 105, 107community care provision, 109community welare centres, 111–12comparison with Norolk, 182–7, 188–9day care and short-stay acilities, 112dementia suferers, 114–15, 116development o institutional care, 95–6acilities or active older people, 111–12hospital care, 104, 108–9, 110inspections, 116–17lie inside the almshouses, 99–101location o homes, 106–7,
119–20
low ee homes, 112nursing homes, 108–12, 112–14, 184–5o cial guidelines, 107–8Ogaki City, 164–5old people’s homes, expansion 1963–74,104–8old people’s institutions 1950–62, 102–4 policy o amily care, 108, 110–11 poor relie, 96–7 private acilities, 109, 114 public institutions 1946–50, 101–2reluctance o older people to enter resi-dential care, 111sta ng issues, 115–17standards, 102–3, 106, 107–8, 116–17
 see also
Yorokaen Old People’s Institu-tion; Yorokaen Replacement OldPeople’s HomeGofman, Erving, 4–5Gold Plan (Japan), 62
 
 
 Index 
287
Granny Business, Te
(V documentary),34–5Great Yarmouth, 79–80group home (Japan), 65, 67, 115group home (England), 136, 137, 139, 140,142
Growing Older 
(white paper), 31Grundy, Emily, 5Harris, Amelia, 6
 Health and Welare: Te Development o  Community Care
, 77health services joint working with social services, 29,30, 89reorganization, 29Heartsease Hostel, Norolk, 143Hellesdon psychiatric hospital, Norolk,141–2Hennock, E. P., 18Hida-Jurakuen (nursing home), 109, 112,113
 History o Old People’s Almshouses in Japan
 (Imura), 7home help services, 22, 27, 28, 30, 36 Japan, 52, 56, 66, 109Norolk, 85
 Home Lie
(code o practice), 34hospital care, 3, 5, 23, 24bed closures, 33, 36bed demand, 27designated long-stay beds, 61Giu Preecture, 104, 108–9, 110 Japan, 2, 47, 57–8, 59–60Hospital Plan 1962, 25, 27, 31hostels, 19, 75–7, 79, 81–2, 123Hubback, Eva, 1Hunt, Audrey, 28Ibigawa Institution, 102–3Ichibangase, Yasuko, 7Ikeda, Yoshimasa, 6Imura, Keiso, 7inspections, 38–9, 90, 116–17
 Institutional Neurosis
(Russell), 5 Japan, 164emperors, importance o, 40, 157–8Gold Plan, 62health care charges and expenditure, 55–6health insurance, 45, 50old people’s clubs, 52 pensions, 45, 50, 52–3, 55–6 poor relie, 41, 42–3 population statistics, 1 post-war economic recovery, 49–50 preectures and municipal authority areas,
118
 welare ideology, 158, 179–80
 see also
Long-erm Care Insurance(Japan); residential care, Japan Jones, Catherine, 8 Jurakuen (nursing home), 108, 112–13, 114,115Kayser-Jones, Jeanie, 6Kikujuen (nursing home), 113–14Kusunokien nursing home (Ogaki City),115, 151, 164, 171–8activities, 175–6admissions, 172–3amily visits, 176, 177residents’ personal relationships, 177socialization o care, 173staf/resident interaction, 174–5sta ng and care standards, 171–2, 173–4tube-eeding, 174Laing, Ronald, 5
 Last Reuge, Te
(ownsend), 5, 27loan sanctions, 26, 82–3, 86local authority residential homes, 35, 37–8Norolk 1976–80s, 143–5Part III homes, Norolk, 87–90,
91
,
92
,
93–4
Local Authority Social Services Act 1970, 29Local Authority Social Services en YearDevelopment Plans, 29Local Government Act 1929, 17–18Long, Susan Orpett, 8Long-erm Care Insurance (Japan), 1, 64–8,164–5, 178, 189–90low-ee homes (Japan), 53–4Maeda, N., 54
 Making a Reality o Community Care
(AuditCommission), 32
 Man in Rapture
(Ariyoshi), 57

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