Carlin, Vivian F.
CARLIN, Vivian F.
CARLIN, Vivian F. American, b. 1919. Genres: Gerontology/Senior issues. Career: Clinical psychologist, 1940-45; vocational counselor, 1945-52; New Jersey State Division on Aging, Trenton, supervisor, 1969-84; self-employed consultant in gerontology, 1984-; writer. Past member of board of directors of Princeton Community Housing, Inc. New Jersey staff coordinator for 1981 White House Conference on Aging. Publications: (with R. Mansberg) If I Live to Be 100: Congregate Housing for Later Life, 1984, 2nd ed, 1989; (with Mansberg) Where Can Mom Live? A Family Guide to Living Arrangements for Older Parents, 1987; Can Mom Live Alone? A Family Guide to Helping Older People Stay in Their Own Homes, 1991; (with V. Greenberg) Should Mom Live with Us? And is Happiness Possible if She Does?, 1992. Address: 290 E. Winchester Ave. #409, Langhorne, PA 19047, U.S.A.