My work and research are mostly concerned about how humanistic psychology can be applied as a treatment for Alzheimer patients and how Maslow’s hierarchy of does needs contribute in treating patients suffering from AD. Introduction to Alzheimer’s disease What is Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer is connected with psychological issue, fundamentally memory issues with dynamic thinking, it has numerous other clinical, behavioural, and enthusiastic attributes which influences both those agony from the illness and additionally their parental figures. (cited by Dr Guy Proulx,2015) What is dementia? Dementia is the side effects including the decay of subjective capacities with coming about changes in practices that meddle in the capacity to work autonomously in ordinary life.
Symbolic interactionism is a sociological perspective on self and society based on the ideas of George H. Mead (1934), Charles H. Cooley (1902) and W. I. Thomas (1931). Mead’s theory of the social self is based on the perspective that the self emerges from social interactions, such as observing and interacting with others, responding to others’ opinions about
The psychologist has to consider specific factors, which help people to go through the bereavement in the cultural environment his client comes from. The main cause of this diversity is in a variety of traditions of understandings of death and its consequences. Depending on customs, people may treat the death as another step in life development, which would bring
Introduction This is a research task in which we am going to deal with problem titled “How should society deal with the problems of older people“. In this task I have included the problems old people face nowadays and their causes with the multiple consequences of these problems. This project was to investigate problems fac We have taken interview in several old age homes where we have asked old people to know their perspective and how they feel to be sent to old age homes. I will include my personal perspective, national perspective, and global perspective while talking about the issue. I will cover the following topics- Problems, Causes, Consequences and My solution to the problem.
Clare is a patient with Dementia whom needs assistance with dressing, grooming, showering, toileting as well as other care needs. According to the (Dictionary of Nursing (2002), Churchill Livingstone’s 1st edition.) Dementia is described as an irreversible deterioration of mental functioning, which is the result from organic brain disease. Dementia is a term that is used to describe various conditions which cause brain cells to die, which leads to the deterioration in memory, affects the person’s ability to do everyday activities, it may also affect a person’s personality and mood. They may also have an inability to concentrate.
Introduction This is a research task in which we am going to gather information with the problem titled “How should society deal with the problems of older people“. In this task I have included the problems old people face nowadays and their causes with the multiple consequences of these problems. This project was to investigate problems faced by older people around the world. I have seen internet sites that are provided in the bibliography section. These sites have taken proper interviews and done practical research to know more about this problem.
Various researchers have explored the nature of bereavement and grief and what these processes do to individuals in terms of how they cope with loss. It is important to understand how bereavement occurs in order to develop more effective intervention methods in a clinical setting that can help bereaved individuals cope better with their loss. Bereavement and Grief The terms “bereavement” and “grief” have often been used interchangeably. These two processes of course occur hand-in-hand with one another. However, scholars have noted that there is a slight difference between these two terms.
The topic End of life really helped me identify different attitudes about death and dying. This module also make me aware the services and care that is available at the end of life. Espically, I really enjoyed reading the article, “Difficulties in managing the pain at the end of life”. According to Panke (2002), nurses can support/help patients to manage their pain through regular assessment, intervention planning and administration of pharmacologic and nonpharmalogical treatments. In the module 4 the article, “ Ethics: Ethical Challenges in the Care of Elderly Persons” was very iinformative to read.
Macro level is associated with society and the population. It is concerned with social structures and how institutions operate in order to establish how society itself is maintained and established. On the other hand micro level is associated with the individual itself and family. Disengagement theory accounts for social interactions and also accounts for the declines that occur in physical, cognitive and psychological functioning of an
The science in social science is traditionally defined as being about observation, classification, interpretation and the way we conduct the research. Social pattern and social meanings: social patterns are persistent patterns in social phenomena that occur repeatedly in the social world while social meanings is how people(s) make sense of aspects of their social lives and the understandings that they develop of these. Data and Theory: Data can be defined as the information we collect and analyze to answer our research question while theory can be defined as an idea or a set of ideas that explain social phenomena. Our interpretations or theories of social phenomena are not predicting what every single outcome for every single person within a society will be. Rather, as social scientists we deal with social aggregates, that is, the collective, aggregate of social outcomes or circumstances of