• Person Centred Care
    Importance of Using an Individualised Person Centred Approach to Nursing Care with and for Older People This essay explores the idea of Person Centred Care and the significance it has in caring for an older patient. Issues related to patients incapable of taking part in their care will also be discussed...
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  • Elderly
    PROBLEMS AND LESSONS IN GERIATRIC TRAUMA Geriatric Trauma Essay Summary and Response Baker College Online PROBLEMS AND LESSONS IN GERIATRIC TRAUMA Geriatric Trauma: Top 10 Lessons from Older Patients In summary, Geriatric Trauma: Top 10 Lessons from Older Patients"...
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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.
    Part A: Essay Title: 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. A carer is generally viewed as an individual who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help....
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  • The Lowest Animal
    and indifference 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...
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  • Why Do Some People Become Carers
    16/03/07 Option 2 Why do some people become carers? Discuss this question, identifying at least two factors which influence who takes on a caring role. Some people voluntarily devote a large part of their lives looking after others who need help because of an illness, frailty or disability...
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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 established...
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  • Care Giver
    Caring for the Care Giver Sharon Woods Northeast State Community College Abstract In a world that went through a stage of “baby boomers” we now find ourselves in a situation of caring for mom and dad or grandparents while raising a family and working. All of us feel that we are superman or wonder...
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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 specified...
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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 to...
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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 aging...
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  • How Has Technology Affected Senior Citizens?
    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. Most obviously, an elderly person’s body will...
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  • Using Gibb's model of reflection, reflect on a challenging experience from practice
    your practice and analyse the strategies used to manage it. 3276 Words The purpose of this essay is to reflect on a challenging situation I experienced during clinical practice as a student nurse. The essay will discuss my thoughts and feelings surrounding the situation and analyse the coping strategies...
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  • Engaging with Vulnerable People
    This essay will explore the concept of vulnerability, the type of people who can be vulnerable and its potential effects.  It will then relate this specifically to the case of Miss Jaya an elderly Hindu lady who has no relatives and lives alone, and why she is perceived to be vulnerable.  The essay will...
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  • Family Centred Elder Care
    In the world of aging in the 21st century there is an increased number of longevity and life expectancy for elderly people. Along with older age is more health conditions and need of social services or family assistance. Because of the growth in an aging population, the need for adult children to care...
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  • Occupational Therapy Paper 15 Pages
    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 exercises are used to help build up strength and dexterity...
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  • Discuss How Community Nursing Can Enhance the Care Given to Service Users and Their Carers
    This essay will discuss how community nursing can enhance the care given to service users and their carers'. It will discuss key terms such as the community nurse, the population group and how community nursing will enhance their care. Statistics will be used to support the findings. The essay will...
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  • Sum Things
    (Achenbaum, 1994, p.758) disengagement from society happens.... [tags: Disengagement Theory, Socioemocional Theory] 1692 words (4.8 pages) FREE Essays [view] The Aging Brain - ... (2004). The normal brain aging differs from pathological aging caused by diseases that damage the brain, such as Alzheimer’s...
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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 non-verbal...
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  • Nursing Profession- the Most Important in the Care of the Older Adult.
    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 make this view point clearer and convincing. The nature of nursing care of the older adults. The International Council for Nurses (2003)...
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  • Summer Reading
    Summer Reading 1. Capturing the Main Point of Essays I chose three essays from The Signet Book of American Essays based on the sections that appealed to my interests. In “The Meaning of This Hour,” Abraham Joshua Heschel claims that the world is a world living inhumanely because there is a lack...
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