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PUBLICATIONS

A primary function of the Older Kansans Information Forum (OKIF) is to share information about various programs that focus on providing information to older Kansans. The following is a list of articles written by forum members and others in the library community on some of the available programs.

NOTE: The reviews are in .pdf format. Use the "back" browser button to return to the OKIF site.

brown arrow preceding menu linkAbout the Forum (OKIF)

brown arrow preceding menu linkAnnotated Links To Demographic Statistics And Reports On The Older Population Of Kansas And The United States

brown arrow preceding menu linkCommunity Access Network

brown arrow preceding menu linkCommunity Assistive Technology Center

brown arrow preceding menu linkCommunity Partnerships and Opportunities for Older Kansans in a Small Town Setting

brown arrow preceding menu linkDescriptive Video Service

brown arrow preceding menu linkExercise Your Mind: A Kansas City, Kansas Craft Program

brown arrow preceding menu linkThe Hesston Public Library Partnering with Older Adults

brown arrow preceding menu linkHow Small Libraries Can Develop Library Services for Older Kansans

brown arrow preceding menu linkKan-SAIL

brown arrow preceding menu linkThe Kansas Low Vision Lending Center

brown arrow preceding menu linkThe LIFE Project: Living Initiatives for End-of-Life Care

brown arrow preceding menu linkOlder Kansans Information & Referral Services Association

brown arrow preceding menu linkPartnering with Other Organizations: Many Hands Make Light Work

brown arrow preceding menu linkPartnering with Other Organizations: Sun City North

brown arrow preceding menu linkRed Carpet Services in Topeka

brown arrow preceding menu linkReminiscing and Nostalgia from Bi-Folkal Productions, Inc.

brown arrow preceding menu linkThe Senior Friendly Public Library

brown arrow preceding menu linkTelecommunication Access Program (TAP)

brown arrow preceding menu linkWhat You Can Find on the Kansas Department on Aging Website