Using a comprehensive application of sociology, psychology, economics, communication studies and education, this book contains a discussion on the theory of elderly people’s social adaptation. At the same time, it employs questionnaires to extract information on elderly people’s social adaption in normal situations as well as interviews with a number of elderly people who have faced calamitous events in order to extract information of their social adaption in such situations. Analyzing the theories as well as the results of field studies, it provides advice on maintaining and even promoting the social adaption of elderly people.