This handbook provides an overview of the many disciplines related to gerontological administration as well as specialty topics at play in long-term care. Ideal for students studying geriatric health services administration, as well as active professionals currently working in the field, Managing Geriatric Health Services thoroughly examines core topics such as administration, nursing, rehabilitative therapies, as well as specialty topics include: spirituality, dementia, quality assurance, oral history, and ethical issues. The text examines the various jobs within the continuum of care from an administrative and management stand-point as well as a look at the various roles or disciplines within long-term care and the specific challenges to each. With contributions from experienced professionals in the field, the book includes an entire section of interdisciplinary case study examples and reflection exercises. Individual chapters include learning objectives, key terms, as well as chapter-specific case studies, reflection questions, conclusions, and additional resources.