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HCS 490 Week 3 DQ 1

Dec 1st, 2014
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  3. This file of HCS 433 Week 5 Discussion Questions and Summary consists of:
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  6. DQ 1: What needs and demands might future generations have when they retire?
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  8. DQ 2: What are some examples of how technology may change retirement?
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  10. Summary
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  12. Health Care - General Health Care
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  15. Perspective of Aging Paper
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  17. There are many stereotypes about the elderly, and we see older adults portrayed on television, in movies, and in advertisements. We read about older adults in books, hear about them in jokes, and see how they are depicted in birthday cards. Much of what we know, or think we may know, comes from these sources, and they may not be entirely accurate.
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  19. Research three different types of media, either electronic or print, that depict an older adult. You may look at television, movies, greeting cards, or newspapers, as a few examples.
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  21. Write a 700- to 1,050-word APA-formatted paper on your findings. Look for stereotypes in the media and how the older adult is being portrayed. Be prepared to discuss this in class. If possible, bring the media to class with you.
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  23. Refer to Perspective of Aging on the student website for more information.
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  25. Week 2
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  27. Learning Team
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  29. Health Promotion Project Outline
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  31. Decide, as a Learning Team, on a chronic health issue that affects the aging population. Begin to think about a health promotion program that would positively affect an older person with this specific health problem. As a team, you must present your idea to the class in Week Five.
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  33. Obtain approval from your instructor for the chronic health issue.
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  35. Prepare a detailed outline that identifies a chronic health issue affecting the aging population, as well as the health promotion program your team will design to address that issue. In addition, prepare a reference list with at least three sources of information.
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  37. Include the following elements in your outline:
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  39. ·  Possible health promotion idea
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  41. ·  Demographics of clientele
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  43. ·  Overview of a chronic health issue, including prevalence and effect on client
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  45. Refer to the Health Promotion Project Outline on the student website for more information.
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  47. Submit the Health Promotion Project Outline.
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  49. Week 3
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  51. Individual
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  53. Functionality Paper
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  55. Often, a loss of function will begin a so-called downward spiral in the life of an elderly person, affecting his or her independence and quality of life.
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  57. Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word APA-formatted paper that addresses the significance and validity of the above statement. Include how the specific loss of function might affect one or more activities of daily living.
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  59. Use a minimum of three references to support your paper.
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  61. Refer to the Functionality Paper located on the student website for more information.
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  63. Week 4
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  65. Individual
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  67. Services Presentation
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  69. There are many services available for older adults related to psychosocial, cognitive, and emotional issues.
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  71. Identify services available in a facility of your choice, based on where you would like to work in the health care field. Address any one of the following issues:
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  73. ·  Psychosocial
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  75. ·  Cognitive
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  77. ·  Emotional
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  79. Describe what you would recommend to fill the gap in service if the facility does not have a program that relates to one of the areas above.
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  81. Prepare an 8- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes addressing services in your area.
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  85. Take as many credits as you can handle at one time. Most universities charge you per credit, but only up to twelve credits. After that the rests of the credits in that semester are free. Taking eighteen credits per semester will leave you paying one-third less than your peers for the same education.
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