Perspectives of Ageing Reflection

Perspectives of Ageing Reflection

19 May 0

Perspectives of Aging Reflection HCS/433 Perspectives of Aging Reflection According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “ageism is the stereotyping of and discrimination against individuals or groups on the basis of their age” (2018). In 2014, governments around the world recognized ageism as “the common cause of and driving force behind age discrimination” (WHO, 2018). […]

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Alzheimer’s disease outline

Alzheimer’s disease outline

19 May 0

Alzheimer’s Disease Outline HCS/433 Alzheimer’s Disease Outline Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease the results from impaired or damaged brain cells which leads to different extremes of dementia. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, where dementia symptoms gradually worsen over several years. In its early stages, memory loss is mild, but with late-stage Alzheimer’s, individuals lose […]

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Acute vs Chronic Disease

Acute vs Chronic Disease

19 May 0

Acute Vs. Chronic Disease Such medical conditions which occur suddenly and last for the brief period in the body, are said to be the acute disease. But the medical condition where the disease occurs slowly and last for a long time or sometimes for the entire life is called as the chronic disease. By saying or concluding that the disease is acute or chronic, it will not […]

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Aging and the Loss of Body Functions

Aging and the Loss of Body Functions

19 May 0

Aging and the Loss of Body Functions HCS/433 Today numerous elderly people keep on living in their very own homes even though the territories might be in a weakening condition, or there might be hardships persisted because of a lack of assets, or maybe their wellbeing keeps on declining. More established grown-ups support staying in […]

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Health Promotion Project Presentation

Health Promotion Project Presentation

16 October 0

Health Care Promotion Project: Alzheimer Health Promotion Project for Caregivers HCS/433 OverviewAlzheimer’s Health Promotion Demographics specific to proposed clientele for the program statistics and impact on the individual Costs of the health promotion projectPotential funding for programTimeframe for implementation of health programProjected location for programPersonnel needed for program implementationPlan for promotion of program Introduction Demographics […]

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Services Presentation

Services Presentation

16 October 0

Services Presentation Introduction Cognitive function loss is a sad condition which is common in the old age people. The symptoms of the disease increases gradually demanding the more care to the suffering peoples. In the start patients just only need a little help but at last full time nursing care is required. In the end, […]

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Health Care for Cognitive Issues

Health Care for Cognitive Issues

16 October 0

Health Care for Cognitive Issues The Cognitive Battery Performance of the Mind Cognitive Concerns Inability to Remember Lack of Attention When Speaking to Them Unable to Problem-Solve Difficulty Speaking or Recalling Correct Words Loss of Mental Functions Dementia & the Loss of One’s Mental ProcessesChanges in Behavior, Mood, PersonalityNational Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes […]

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Services Paper

Services Paper

07 October 0

Week Four – The Cognitive Issue Assignment The cognitive issue revolves primarily around the simple use of a piece of paper and pencil in a task to assess (in this instance) an elderly person’s range of abilities. These would include their span of attention, retention of information, their ability to solve problems, language skills, and […]

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