An exploratory report regarding the management of aging and infirm inmates is presented. Six chapters follow an executive summary:
- What we know about elderly, chronically ill, and terminally ill inmates;
- Effective evaluation for identifying the special needs of inmates;
- Program, housing, and treatment considerations;
- Ethical and policy considerations for the care of elderly and infirm inmates;
- And conclusion.
Appendixes include: Criminal Justice Institute Survey-Managing the Needs of Aging Inmates and Inmates With Chronic and Terminal Illnesses; site-visit reports; and site visit checklist.