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    Is Aging in Place Priceless?

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    of the brick and mortar. Gillsjo, Schwartz-Bardot, & Von Post (2011) suggested that “home was experienced as the place the older adult could not imagine living without, but also as the place one might be forced to leave” (p. 2). Notwithstanding an American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) survey (2010) which showed that the “majority of older adults polled preferred to age in place” (p. 1), the dilemma for many seniors is how to do so when faced with deteriorating housing conditions and “insufficient

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    Rantz, M. J., Phillips, L., Aud, M., Popejoy, L., Marek, K. D., Hicks, L. L. Miller, S. J. (2011) completed a quantitative study using descriptive statistics to analyze data from two aging in place (AIP) communities selection of the groups was non random. Rantz et. Al (2011)The independent variable: Aging in place(AIP) model of care that combines home care services and Registered nurse (RN) care coordination in two independent congregate senior housing buildings. An especially designed and state

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    The First Aging American's Act

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    first Aging American’s Act was passed. This legislation was part of Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society reform. In passing this legislation nearly 50 years ago, the government created a new department the focused on the rights and needs of the gaining population called the United States Administration on Aging. The original legislation was complete with seven titles. The articles include Title I—the Declaration of Objectives for Older Americans; Title II—Establishment of Administration on aging; Title

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    and ‘recession’ has reduced public spending to meager allowances.  Another sore problem is Medicare and general health care programs for the less wealthy. This was the sentiment echoed by one physician interviewed:  “If you told me I had to run this place on the basis of what I get from Medicare, I would have to tell you I couldn’t do it, which is kind of sad, because they claim that they’re bankrupt and everything. Where in the hell are they spending their money?  They sure ain’t giving it to

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    Aging: The Growing Population of Elderly

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    (2006). Older adults with developmental disabilities. In B. Berkman, & S. D'Ambruoso, Social Work in Health and Aging (pp. 53-63). New York, New York: Oxford University Press, Inc. NASW. (1999). Code of ethics of the national association of social workers. Washington, DC: National Association. Retrieved from http://www.socialworkers.org/pubs/Code/code.asp O'Shaughnessy, C. V. (2011). The aging services network: Serving a vulnerable and growing elderly population in tough economic times. Retrieved from

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    appalling opposition to the respect that they deserve. In many other countries around the globe, especially in the East, growing older is an outward sign of one’s increase in knowledge and experiences. Because of this healthily accurate image of aging, the process is seen as admirable; grand...

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    What are the chances of living in a nursing home later in life and not knowing what to expect out of it? Nursing homes are a place for a person that is disabled to stay for care that relatives cannot quite provide. People who cannot live on their own are encouraged and most of the time are forced to live in a nursing home for either a short stay or a long stay. It is important that the care the elderly receives is worth the cost considering the emotional impact of the long term care has on recipients

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    feedback that I receive from young and old alike... ... middle of paper ... ... that when an older person believes in the negative stereotype of aging, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Children as young as six years of age are already indoctrinated with these false attitudes. Studies further show a link between early life attitudes toward aging and incidences of health issues in those same individuals as they aged. The author suggests that people are internalizing stereotypes of old age

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    Interacting with Dementia

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    When I was 18 year old, I applied to work at an assisted living facility called, Crestwood Senior living (currently known as Matthews of Glendale). When I first got hired, I was introduced to all the staff and all the residents as well. After being employed there for a while I started to notice that some resident were acting different from the first time I had met them and I did not understand why. So I asked my coworker, why some of the residents were acting different and she explained to me that

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    As we age there are many changes that take place. Some of the changes are positive. However, there are some changes that take place can have negative effects. There are many physical, psychosocial and sociological changes that may occur. Some of the physical changes that occur to the individual affect their health. As a result, the person may have some health issues. Sometimes, pharmaceutical interventions are necessary to maintain their health. However, many times the use of many medications

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