Social And Clinical Issues In The Elderly Population Essays and Term Papers

  • Humanservices

    Running Head: DIVERSITY ISSUES Introduction It is the opinion of Team B, from research done for this class, that case managers can be an intricate part of care givers dedicated to the diverse communities of people living with HIV/AIDS, for example. In support...

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  • Health Issues of the Elderly

    Health of the Elderly in India: Issues and Implications S. Siva Raju Introduction Given the trend of population ageing in India, the elderly face a number of problems and adjust to them in varying degrees. These problems range from absence of ensured and sufficient income to support themselves and...

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  • Depression

    Late-life depression is emerging to be a major concern as the elderly population continues to rise. Presently, guidelines for treating late-life depression gives precedence to pharmacological intervention, however this paper shall provide support for psychological or psychosocial interventions, providing...

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  • Vulnerable Populations

    Vulnerable Populations Heather A. Lattea University of Phoenix BSHS/302 Instructor Foster April 10, 2011 Vulnerable Populations ...

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  • Social Agency paper

     Social Agency Paper Oakland University Overview For my agency paper, I chose Adult Well Being Services in Detroit, Michigan. According to the website, the agency “works closely with some of our community's most vulnerable adults, their families and caregivers to provide...

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  • As We Are Now

    the care of elderly individuals in nursing homes. In the book, Sarton artistically highlights the plethora of ongoing issues social workers face in their work as they attempt to provide quality care to the elderly population. The book is written as the memoirs of a very thoughtful elderly woman, Caroline...

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  • The Values and Beliefs of Human Services

    attributes you can offer them, and setting up a foundation for providing great care. Values and Beliefs All clinical interviewing is embedded in a system of values and beliefs that shape the clinical work we do (Dillion, 2003).When adapting to the world we all become familiar with what we believe in and...

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  • older people in the society

    (1970) older people are the whole of a generation who have survived to a certain age. They are not a deviant group or one small special section of the population. They are ordinary people who happen to have reached a particular age. There are several assumptions made about older people and their health. The...

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  • Scoping Study

    Every day, in every hospital, acute care social workers their patients and the patient’s families have to grapple with the numerous inconsistencies and contradictions between patient’s wishes and rights and hospital policies and procedures. This study reviewed various forms of research data and literature...

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  • i dont know

    page 1263 1192 According to this year’s UN Population Fund State of World Population report, the proportion of the population aged 65 and older will have doubled in most regions between 2000 and 2050. For example, an estimated 29% of the population in Europe and 18% in Asia will be 65 years or...

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  • Malnutrition

    Socio Cultural Determinants that Affect Nutritional Status (of elderly above sixty years of age and children below five years of age) in Barangay Banga, Talisay, Batangas Introduction The effects of malnutrition on human performance, health and survival have been the subject of extensive research...

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  • Alzheimer’s and Vascular Dementia

    Alzheimer’s in the Japanese community it is necessary to understand the history of Alzheimer’s. Over 100 years ago, Alois Alzheimer first described the clinical and pathological features of an unusual brain disease during the meeting of the Society of Southwest German Psychiatrists in Tübingen: the patient...

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  • why sugar should be ban

     It is generally accepted that elderly people fare best when care is provided in their own homes. However, some conditions require more intensive management than can be provided in the community. The admission of elderly patients to hospital, their treatment and subsequent discharge can prove challenging...

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  • community paper

    share it as a problem, concern, or opportunity in the community The refugee population in Grand Forks is particularly struggling with adjustment and acculturation, including the English language acquisition. Some elderly experienced difficulties in building relationships with their children and grandchildren...

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  • The Elderly, a Vulnerable Population

    The Elderly, a vulnerable population Nina Brown BSHS 301 Introduction to Human Services September 20, 2011 University of Phoenix Alberto Reynoso The Elderly, a vulnerable population Many segments of the population can fall prey to...

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  • psychology

    Fields of Psychology Industrial Organizational Psychology Counseling Psychology Clinical Psychology Developmental Psychology Experimental and Human Factors Psychology Educational Psychology Social Psychology School Psychology Physiological Psychology Environmental Psychology Health Psychology ...

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  • U06D1 Personality Changes over the Lifespan

    throughout life from your chosen theory's perspective. What type of specialized training might counselors need to address the clinical needs of elderly clients? What specific clinical skill sets may be needed? Eysenck’s Three Dimensions of Personality British psychologist Hans Eysenck (Schultz, 2009) developed...

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  • Research on Suicide Rates Among Adolescents and Elderly

    This research paper will present, compare and contrast the topic of suicide among the adolescent and the elderly. Focus will also include a description of an epidemiological, behavioral, and educational diagnosis. Both of these groups have problems with their suicide rates and also with the reasons...

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  • Appendix I Cultural Diversity

    Identify 2 or 3 issues faced by the aging population. 1. Not enough being received via Social Security/ Income 2. Health 3. Social relationships Answer the following questions in 150 to 250 words each: • What is being done to address the issues you identified? Social Security was...

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  • An Aging Society: Does Their Future Rely on Furry Friends?

    In recent years, our society has become characterized by its abrupt increase in the number of elderly. America is beginning to grow old. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 12 percent of Americans are 65 or older, and that number has been steadily rising over the last century. In 1900, only 4 percent...

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