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  • Taking Care of the Older People

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    Care for the older people Table of contents 1. Executive summary 2 2. Ageing 2 3. Health and well being 4 4. Factors with impact on health for older people 5 5. Being dependent on care 7 6. Quality of care for older people 8 7. Conclusion 10 1. Executive summary Improved living conditions and healthier lifestyles, progress in medical care leads to increase in population size and increase in the number of older people (Phelan & Larsson, 2002). As a consequence of the reduction

  • Taking a Look at Foster Care

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    Foster Care Every year in the United States, hundreds of children and adolescents are taken from their parents and primary caregivers and placed in out-of-home care situations due to issues in their homes and family lives which contribute to unsafe living conditions. These children and adolescents often face many health, behavioral, developmental, and psychological issues. According to the Federal Definition of Foster Care and Related Terms, when a child is placed in foster care, the state removes

  • Persuasive Essay : Taking Care Of A Pet

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    Your very first pet is one you should never forget, you love this pet with all your heart and want only what’s best for it, but since it is the first time taking care of a pet, you may need some tips to make sure he/she lives a happy and healthy life. Taking care of a pet is an easy process and can improve the lives of your pets as long as you put time and effort into it. Here are some tips and advice that are guaranteed to help your pet to have the peachiest life possible. First and foremost is

  • Implications of Taking Care of a Filipino Patient

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    Herrera, Lei Dianne A. Uinversity of the Philippines – Manila College of Nursing Batch 2016 Implications of Taking Care of a Filipino Patient Communication and language play a vital role in establishing good connection between patients and their respective health care providers such as nurses. Mejico (2004) concluded that, “it is in their own mother tongue that a person can truly express his innermost sentiments, ideas, perceptions, and attitudes.” Relating it to class discussions

  • Taking Care Of Yourself For The Long Run Essay

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    Take care of yourself for the long run Adopting a healthy lifestyle through combining a balanced diet with regular exercise can bring immediate results: feel better physically and mentally, lose weight, sleep better, enjoy boosted self-confidence and increased self-esteem, change your outlook for the better, and more... It is also important to remember that looking after yourself can not only help you to protect your health and get the most out of life now, but it can also serve as a kind of 'insurance

  • I Am Taking Care Of A Medical Student

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    I was taking care of Salma bibi, a 70-year-old woman during my third year clinical rotations in internal medicine. She came from rural areas of Sindh and could barely speak Urdu. While I was talking to her I was also combing her hair with my fingers to make her comfortable and listening to what she had to say. While this had been my habit to comfort my patients, that day I realized that this simple act was very effectual. This affectionate touch was more powerful than words. I could feel the immediate

  • Challenge of Taking Care Elderly Loved One Essay

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    staff to accommodate all the patients in the nursing home. As a result the challenges of taking care of my mother were her refusal to help, effects to health of caretaker, and family conflicts. My mother lived in her home for 50 years. Getting my mother to leave her home and all that was familiar to her was not easy task. She did not feel like she had to leave because she thought she could take care of herself. Some of the

  • Taking Care of the Elderly

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    HSA505: Health Services Planning and Marketing Taking Care of the Elderly: Which Options is Best for Your Loved One or Family Member December 13, 2009 Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………… 3 Nursing Home Care………………………………………………….. 7 Adult Daycare…………………………………………………………. 10 Home Health and Hospice…………………………………………... 11 Conclusion……………………………………………………………. 16 References…………………………………………………………….. 17 Introduction According to the United States Bureau

  • Taking Care Of Myself : My Health Status Essay

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    Taking Care of Myself This is not the first time that I was invited to reflect on my life, and as it had been in the past, I would not hold back and be honest in my self-appraisal. In the last couple of years, my health has not been as great as it used to be. Thanks to the torn menisci on my knees. Indeed, there is much to be desired in my current health status. However, as had been observed, nurses make some of the worst patients. I ignore my body’s signals to go slow and take it easy

  • Taking a Look at Long-Term Care Insurance

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    younger than 50, long-term care insurance seems like something to worry about for the future. Some young adults feel as though long term care insurance may not be a topic to discuss at their age because they are young and healthy. However, young adults should be thinking about long term care as early as possible. As we can see in healthcare news and headlines, long-term care cost is rising and factors can include your age, medical conditions, and overall need for care. According to, Rich Arzaga,

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