Exam 3 Study Guide

Exam 3 Study Guide - Study Guide for Final Exam HAPP 100...

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Study Guide for Final Exam HAPP 100 Spring 2008 The final exam will cover lectures following exam 2 through the end of the course. This includes material covered on the 3 rd quiz and any assigned additional readings. Questions have been provided for the additional readings and should be used as the study guide for that material. Seeking assistance with study guide questions: I will not answer more than three (3) questions from the study guide by e-mail. If you need more assistance than that, you need to come and see me with your class notes. I expect to be on campus everyday before the exam. If you have missed lectures, you need to get lecture notes from a classmate. The limitations of persons needing long-term care are sufficient to compromise what? Independent living Who are the primary users of long-term care? Persons who have complex or chronic healthcare needs and functional disabilities What percentage/proportion of the population reports limitation of activity caused by chronic disease? 11.7% What are the various ways disability can be defined? Is commonly viewed as a limitation in completing basic life activities; is also defined by limitations in social roles; defined by lack of fit between the person and the environment in which he/she functions Disability may result from what life events? An event at/prior to birth; an acute onset of disease or injury; a chronic condition that, over time, can affect physical cognitive function in mid to later life What has been the trend in rates of disability in the population over time? Decline in the prevalence of disability What are the five basic activities of daily living (ADLs)? Transfer, feeding, bathing, dressing, toileting What are examples of instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs)? Cleaning, cooking, ability to take medications, ability to use telephone, paying bills/finances Why are informal caregivers important? They provide large amounts of unpaid care; many contribute to the cost of care; the care they provide reduces/limits the amount of formal care services needed, including residential care. What proportion of those needing long term care services receive assistance from informal care givers? 85% What gender and average age are most caregivers? Female with an average age of 46 years Several pieces of federal legislation and a court decision that were related to people with disabilities were discussed in class. What were they and how did they affect persons with disability? Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 – Try to accommodate Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 – Included employment, public transportation system Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999 Olmstead Decision – Illegal discrimination What is the name of President Bush’s program to promote full access to community life for those with disabilities? New Freedom Initiative Major objective
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course HAPP 100 taught by Professor Riley during the Spring '08 term at UMBC.

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Exam 3 Study Guide - Study Guide for Final Exam HAPP 100...

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