• Bogardos
    problems with the elderly people, but I do believe you will find a person out of a huge group that might just hate the elderly. It is rare to find someone that dislikes elderly people and that is seen in the results that I have. About eight out of ten people that I interviewed, do not have anything against...
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  • Age Discrimination in the Workforce
    realize that they are discriminating against the elderly by not letting them work because of their age. There is a law that was passed in 1967 called the Age Discrimination Employment Act. The Age Discrimination Employment Act protects any person forty years of age and above and it does not matter if...
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  • Ppt on Our College
    of diabetes on elder persons. It also includes the usability features of mobile phone which necessary for implementing the future functionalities with elderly perspective. On the basis of literature review we designed the questionnaire and prepare the interviews. Interviews were conducted with two...
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  • Elderly Occupational Therapy
    explore elderly persons’ conceptions of what they expected to gain from attending day-care rehabilitation centres (DCR). A purposeful sampling procedure was employed. Interviews with 22 prospective elderly daycare patients were carried out and analysed according to a phenomenographic approach. The...
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  • Voluntary Childfree in New Zealand Research
    people is beneficial. In depth individual one hour interviews in America discovered that among elderly persons a diversified social network provides the best support in later life (Connidis and Davis, 1990). This is most favorable to childfree women as they tend to develop the strongest ties with...
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  • Life Stages and Interview Paper
    honestly say that some elderly people give up on life, when they get a certain age and some do not. Sheila interview with Mr. Moultrie was very interested because he had to go through losing his spouse of 32 years. She talked about how he coped with the losing of his wife and how he felt after she...
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  • Scenario 2
    In the ‘Ms. Carson scenario’ Officer Smiths’ interview did not produce any useful information although Ms. Carson, an elderly African American woman , knew the suspects identity and whereabouts, the victim of the purse snatching, the officer attacked and believed she herself could be a potential...
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  • Elderly Driving: a Peril to Society
    physical limitations that older persons experience. When reflexes slow down, it is harder for anyone to respond quickly enough to avoid collisions; as previous statistics show elderly need reflexes more than anyway to avoid the mass accidents they cause. Drowsiness can happen to anyone but many...
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  • Elderly Care
    sought to gain insights on the situation regarding falls among the elderly in Jamaica. Through literature reviews, canvassing of medicals records, conducting focus groups and interviews, perspectives were gleaned on falls among elderly persons in Jamaica. Contributory and risk factors, and perceptions...
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  • Ssenior Citizens
    esteem. For it is with age and the experience of life that one gains wisdom. Whereas the physical strength of an aging person may be diminished, the faculties of the mind are enhanced. It is for this reason that the elderly must occupy and utilize their mental faculties, and aspire to greater...
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  • Interview
     Interview Name of Student Name of Institution Functional assessment of an elderly man at home Introduction According to NHS (2011), elderly people who have attained the age of 65 years and above usually spend an average of 10 hours and above daily sitting or...
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  • Impact of Imperialism on India
    (Directory of Old Age Homes in India, Help Age India, 2002).             The concern for the elderly in the country is reflected in the adoption of a recent National Policy on Older Persons in 1999, which has identified principal areas of intervention and action strategies. These include financial...
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  • Interview of a Social Service Agency
    social services agency. Interview I interviewed a county worker with in-home supportive services. Mr. Rosen has been an advocate for years because his mother was mistreated in a home for the disabled. The support of the elderly provided by In-home supportive sources has allowed Mr. Rosen to keep his...
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  • Hiring the Elderly: an Ethical Dilemma
    working elderly and to prevent their dismissal could be special government donations for educating employees who are over 40 years already. In other words employer educates his/her workers not via governmental courses but chooses where to educate the person and in which sphere. During the interview...
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  • Elderly as a Vulnerable Population
    Cognitively intact and impaired elderly people participated in this study; thereby facilitating comparison of assessment strategies in persons of differing cognitive status.//Most related prior research has included only persons with advanced dementia.Provides tools to consider when facing a...
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  • Assignment
    manager, Mrs. Fauziah had the experience in medical or nursing for 21 years and has worked for 5 years as a head nurse at the Geriatric and Rehabilitation Elderly People in a private hospital in Kuala Lumpur. Until today, G Care Centre has had a total of 23 elderly and persons with disabilities...
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  • Elderly Female Filipino Immigrants
    and examined in-depth using the phenomenological methodology, which is exploratory in nature.  | Eleven elderly female Filipino immigrants are the participants of the research, which uses face-to-face, semi-structured individual interviews. They are residents of the city of Vallejo in California...
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  • Alcoholism and the Elderly
    Introduction Even though alcoholism in the elderly is not an unknown issue it often times goes undetected and therefore unaddressed (Levy, 1995). Since the elderly are more at risk for changes in cognitive abilities it is important to be able to detect an elderly person who is misusing alcohol...
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  • Elderly Needs
    elderly person needs to remain as physically active as their health allows in order to maintain agility, strength, and to maintain their physical health. So physical needs that are found in outdoor recreation such as walking path ,basketball court ,foot reflexology path and park can be seen...
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  • a study of elderly living in old age home and within a family setup in jammu
    –institutionalized elderly persons provided information about their age, while the age of the institutionalized individuals was ascertained from old age home records. The data was collected using a specially designed interview schedule and observation technique through a house-to-house survey for those...
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