This study examined the effect of financial hardship on the elderly's living conditions, focusing on four areas: housing conditions, loneliness, treatment of selected health conditions, and food security.
A. Berg-Warman, J. Brodsky
This study examines the implications of the type of benefit – cash or in-kind – for the care of the disabled elderly and the response to their needs, by comparing recipients of the two types of benefit.
D. Naon, J. Brodsky, S. Ben-Nun, S. Resnizky, B. Morginstin, R. Graa, M. Shmeltz
This study provides an updated picture of the extent to which the system of services has been meeting the needs of those eligible for CLTCI, the "division of labor" between the formal and informal systems of care, the burden on the families, and their satisfaction with the services provided in the framework of CLTCI.
J. Brodsky, D. Naon, S. Resnizky, S. Ben Noon, B. Morginstin, R. Graa, M. Schmeltze
The study aimed to highlight directions for developing activities that are accessible physically and emotionally, and services for youth that take into account their characteristics, needs and preferences.
P. Kahan-Strawczynski, L. Yurovich
In 2002 The Ministries of Education and Absorption, JDC and additional partners in the inter-ministerial committee initiated an additional study to follow-up the situation of youth from the Caucasus.
S. Ellenbogen-Frankovits,V. Konstantinov,D. Levi