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Chapter 7 Notes

76. Sherman and Weiner, Transitional Keys, 18.

77. Design for Accessibility: A Cultural Administrators Guide (Washington, DC: National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, 2003), 158.

78. http://caregiverpa.psu.edu/.

79. Guide to Elder-Friendly Community Building (Cleveland: Cuyahoga County Planning Commission and Cleveland Foundation, June 2004), 9.

80. Michael Scriven, Evaluation Thesaurus, 4th ed. (Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1991), 169.

81. Perlstein and Bliss, Generating Community, 57.

82. Golden, with Perlstein, Legacy Works, 42.

83. Ibid.

84. Haarbauer, Seasoned Theatre (see n. 56); Craig Dreeszen, ed., Fundamentals of Arts Management (Amherst, MA: Arts Extension Service, University of Massachusetts, 2003).

85. Eric Booth, “The Emergence of the Teaching Artist,” Art Times Journal, May 2003, www.arttimesjournal.com/speakout/may03speakout.htm.

86. Adapted from www.teachingartists.com/gettingstartedTA.htm.

87. Erikson, Erikson, and Kivnick, Vital Involvement in Old Age, 61-62.

88. Basting and Killick, Arts and Dementia Care, 22.

89. Ibid., 22-23.

90. Ibid., 23-24.

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