American elder

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Synonyms for American elder

common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries

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As mentioned previously, there may be few formal services available to American Indian / Native American elders with dementia living on tribal properties.
4 Which American elder statesman suffered a seizure and was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer?
Native American Elder, Wovoka, opened the drumming event by describing the Ceremony for the Future of the World's Children.
The section held an educational conference that took place at the Hotel Citadines Saint Germain de Pres, in Paris, France in March which gave French and American elder law attorneys an opportunity to compare and contrast the two legal system relating to elder law, guardianship, health care and aging issues.
Administered by HHS' Administration on Aging (AoA), the 236 grants awarded to tribal organizations will provide nutrition and supportive care to Native American elders to help them remain independent and healthy.
Of the 50 men and women whose testimony A Wealth of Wisdom: Legendary African American Elders Speak comprises, flew traveled a smooth road of life.
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By aligning with an organization that has a proven record in hunger relief, we are pleased to be able do it again and we are looking forward to watching the new programs grow further and fight hunger for Native American elders.
Another important group to consider, given their importance in native culture, is Native American elders.
Research from the National Resource Center on Native American Aging has revealed that Native American elders are 44.
This initiative also includes special targeting efforts to rural areas of the country and to Native American elders.
The phrase 'monkey mind' is actually a Buddhist term for 'unsettled' or 'restless,'" says Lee, whose background includes both traditional education as well as study with Native American elders and Zen Buddhist monks and nuns.
Data analyzed here are from the Asian American Elders in New York City, 2000, a survey sponsored by the Asian American Federation of New York (Ryan, Mui, & Cross, 2003).
Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard's longtime charitable work building straw bale homes on Indian reservations has helped the small Red Feather Development Group make a real difference in the lives of Native American elders with inadequate housing.
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