Departmental Committee and other reports on old age pensions and the aged deserving poor
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Departmental Committee and other reports on old age pensions and the aged deserving poor with proceedings, minutes of evidence, appendices and an index, 1898-1900.

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Published by Irish University Press in Shannon .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Old age pensions -- Great Britain

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Edition Notes

SeriesBritish parliamentary papers, poor law -- 30., 1898 [c.8911] -- vol. 45., 1899 (296) -- vol. 8., 1899 [c.9414] -- vol. 92., 1900 [Cd.67] -- vol. 10., IUP library of fundamental source books
ContributionsGreat Britain. Departmental Committee on Old Age Pensions.
The Physical Object
Pagination735 p. ;
Number of Pages735
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16355255M
ISBN 100716502860
OCLC/WorldCa16189694

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  Home for the Aged of the Little Sisters of the Poor, Bushwick and De Kalb; House of the Good Shepherd, Hopkinson & Pacific, established in , beds; Although they seem to be a precursor to nursing homes, most of the old age homes were more residential than medical. From the mids through the late s, the construction of an old-age welfare state was facilitated by a “compassionate ageism” (Binstock, )—the attribution of the same characteristics, status, and just deserts to a heterogeneous group of “the aged” that tended to be stereotyped as poor, frail, dependent, objects of. GOULDING asked the President of the Local Government Board whether the latest official declaration of policy from his department with regard to relief to the respectable aged was the circular of the President of August 4th, , printed in the thirtieth annual report, in which it was laid down that such persons were not to be urged to enter. Urinary problems are more common among aged men, while most aged women suffer from joint problems. Of every 1, elderly, nearly 64 in rural and 55 in urban areas have one or the other form of disability, such as hearing difficulty, poor vision or locomotive impairment. Lately, depression has emerged as another common ailment among the aged.

Many of the European countries which have had old age pensions in operation over a long period have now both contributory and non-contributory pensions. Great Britain started her first old age pension law in , which gave a small sum weekly to any person who reached the age of 70 without a certain minimum income. Government Act, ). From , the Poor Law required each parish to levy rates to care for destitute people without family support. Those deemed unable to work due to old age or disability were regarded as deserving, but the level and type of care varied considerably locally and over time.   93 Report of the royal commission on the aged poor, C. (). Minutes of evidence, QQ, 16,–8. Minutes of evidence, QQ, 16,–8. Report of the select committee on the aged deserving poor (), evidence of Tuckwell, G. Pension: [Old Age Pension Act] At first Poor Law relief was to be a disqualification, but this provision was speedily abandoned. "there is no distinction between the pauper class and the pension class" [SW ]. HB on Old Age Pension as State intervention. One of the DCs report after Old Age Pension.