Group Presentation Chapter 15

Group Presentation Chapter 15 - Group Members: Senita...

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Group Members: Senita Zelkanovic Leanne Pike Patrick Mormino  Coleen White Trevor Hogan
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Summary Childhood experiences, early education, and family  issues have all been connected to later health and  well-being. During late adulthood, people age both  physically and mentally and often show significant  signs of decreased health. By maintaining a healthy  diet, engaging in regular physical and mental activity,  and positively managing stress, older adults have a  better chance of aging in good health.  They are able  to get the most out of their lives by doing these  things, as well as maintaining close relationships with  their partners and families.
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Three Main Points Declining physical and mental health often leaves  older adults in need of assistance from those around  them although many are still fairly independent. Older adults generally enjoy long-lasting marriages  and good relationships with their adult children and  grandchildren.
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course BEH 247 taught by Professor Shifley during the Spring '08 term at MCPHS.

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