hcs551 | Graduate
Biological And Psychological Aspects Of Aging
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Age-Based Programs and Services
- Analyze the issues related to providing age-based programs and services.
- Examine the utilization of age-based services and discuss their effect on aging and the older adult.
Biology of Aging
- Examine the theoretical framework of aging and life span.
- Explain the biological aspects and changes of aging.
Cognitive Aspects of Aging
- Explain factors related to cognitive aspects of aging.
- Describe cognitive impairments associated with aging.
- Examine current research and treatment options for cognitive impairments.
Influences on Healthy Aging
- Analyze factors that affect healthy aging.
- Describe changes associated with functional performance and the aging body.
Influences of Pharmacology and Nutrition
- Examine aspects of pharmacology management.
- Analyze the factors related to nutritional status on aging and pharmacology interactions.
End of Life Issues
- Explain the five stages of grief.
- Analyze individual and societal attitudes about death and dying.
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