America's prison system is rapidly graying, the following are a collection of resources related to the needs, policies, programs, and legal issues of aging in prison.
This webinar provides a foundation for developing a self-contained model to meet the needs of cognitively impaired inmates while others gain skills.
This document discusses issues impacting the managing of senior/elderly inmates and offers suggestions on how to meet these challenges.
This paper explains how agencies can effectively addressing the costs and impact of continued long-term incarceration of aging citizens.
Trauma, stress, grief, loss, and separation among older adults in prison: the protective role of coping on physical and mental wellness
Multidimensional coping strategies that address physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and spiritual domains are promising intervention techniques that can improve well-being among older adults in prison.
The goal of this brief report is to describe the current key legal-policy dilemmas in the aging of the prison population.
This publication helps agencies to implement good practice ideas and set up activities for older prisoners.
This 3-hour program covers policies and procedures and their impact on aging offenders and offenders with chronic and terminal illnesses.
This report offers recommendations for responding to the disparities between geriatric release policies and practice.
Effectively Managing Aging and Geriatric Offenders [Satellite/Internet Broadcast held March 11, 2010]
This 3-hour program covers issues related to geriatric offenders, such as who they are, their needs, staff training, and special considerations.