• Person Centred Care
    student’s outlook on caring for the older patient This is student will conclude this essay discussing her own personal experience from working with elderly patients on clinical placement and the key things she learned from caring for them. We all know the saying “Respect your elders”. Of course they...
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  • Elderly
    Patients" which was published in this November's Nursing Center website suggests the elderly are more prone to accidents or trauma since their bodies and minds tend to be affected by many physical, mental or psychological factors. Caring for the elderly pose significant challenges because even moderately...
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  • Why Can It Be Difficult to Decide Whether or Not a Person Is a Carer, and Does It Matter? Base Your Answer on the Case of Someone You Know.
    neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability. If this was the case then many people who may consider or could be considered as carers would fall short of this label. In this essay we shall focus on children as carers of elderly parents. My case is based on a neighbour who will...
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  • Why Do Some People Become Carers
    carers. In this essay I will explore how these issues thrust some people into a caring role and why two important factors, age and gender affect the chances of becoming a carer. Meanings of care fall in different categories such as informal care or paid in care (also known as formal care. An informal...
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  • The Lowest Animal
    to the unfortunate. Although all of those topics are worthy to be discussed, this essay will focus on the abuse of the elderly. The capacity to abuse and take advantage of the elderly demonstrates that we as humans truly are the lowest animal. The first example that comes to mind is family...
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  • “from a Service Users Perspective Critically Evaluate an Aspect of Adult Community Care Services”
    In this essay I want to carefully examine a broad range of issues concerning elderly people in contemporary British society today. In particular I will want to focus on Residential homes and Older People in Community Care services. I will define residential homes and explain how they have become...
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  • Discourse Communities
    DC Essay, Draft 1 Discourse Communities Essay There is a very large variety of academic discourse communities available at the universities today. Deciding to go to college is deciding to enter an academic discourse community all on its own but deciding to choose a major is entering a more...
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  • Care Giver
    wonder women at the time we take on the task of caregiving. After evaluating and working directly with the elderly, mentally challenged, and profound mentally retarded population I have spent many hours with families that experience the burden of caring for mom, dad or grandparents. Results show...
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  • Giving Elders the Respect They Deserve Through Humane and Dignifying Care
    Anderson 1 Emily Anderson WR 122 Evaluation Essay Final* February 6, 2013 Giving Elders the Respect They Deserve Through Humane and Dignifying Care Everyone has or knows of a family member who is getting older and requiring a little more help as they do so. These...
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  • How Has Technology Affected Senior Citizens?
    affected by this rapid advancement in technology? The following essay will set out to answer this question. A person’s circumstances change in many different ways as they become older and senior citizen’s needs will therefore be very different to middle aged and even younger members of society...
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  • Occupational Therapy Paper 15 Pages
    occupational therapy program is usually independent and a great critical thinker. Occupational Therapists help those disabled to perform difficult tasks and activities from using technology to caring for health needs. Many of those are cooking, cleaning, eating and dressing up. Usually physical...
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  • Tma1 Health N Social Care
    3.1 TMA 01 Part A Throughout this essay I look at the different aspects of the disadvantages and advantages of at home caring. First of all I'm going to look at the disadvantages using in particular reference the case studies we've just looked at over the past few weeks, using Ann's experiences...
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  • Using Gibb's model of reflection, reflect on a challenging experience from practice
    around 800,000 people with dementia in the UK, with this number expected to double by 2040 (DH, 2013). With dementia increasing in the elderly population (Hoe and Thompson, 2010), it is inevitable that caring for dementia patients will become a major part of the nursing role in the future. Having the...
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  • Caregiveing: Individual and Family Coping
    their time together as a loving family. The individual who created this essay is grounded in the beliefs of nurturing and caring for an elderly parent. Through this trial and error period, one learns that the joy is in the sharing. Thanks for the read, Sincerely Your Student Craig W, McDermott...
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  • Aging Essay 7
    career simultaneously. By eliminating the block of caring children, women may become more interested in giving birth. If more new generations are injected into society, the proportion of elderly can be balanced. In summary, it is the lack of willingness of people to give birth that lead to...
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  • Excel
    will not fit every patient, but awareness of broad patterns can give practitioners a starting point from which to provide appropriate care. The information on Vietnamese family relationships in this essay are taken from S Farrale's chapter in Culture and Nursing Care: A Pocket Guide, edited by J...
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  • Sum Things
    why we age, the physical and mental changes we undergo as we age, and several ways of caring for the elderly. TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.............................................iii INTRODUCTION......................................................1 THEORIES OF WHY WE AGE...
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  • Family Centred Elder Care
    Parsons, Talcott. (1949). Essays in Sociological Theory. Glecoe, Ill: Free Press, 187-189. Raphael, D., & Schlesinger, B. (1993). Caring for elderly parents and adult children living at home. Social Work Research and Abstracts, 29, 3-10....
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  • Nursing Profession- the Most Important in the Care of the Older Adult.
    adult is quite challenging and therefore requires a profession that will be capable of meeting this demanding task. The nursing profession is outstanding in providing needed care not just for the survival but also for a better quality of life of the older adults. As I discuss in this essay, I shall...
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  • Communication
    Communication Essay discuss the nurse's role in relation to communicating effectively in clinical practice. Introduction The aim of this essay is to explore the different types of communication and their involvement and contribution to nursing. Communication can be verbal or...
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