Peter uneasy. He feels he is completely capable of dealing with his own mail and does not feel that Joe needs to do it for him. However since he has recently moved in with Joe and is relying on Joe to help him with some of his day-to-day tasks, Peter is fearful of confronting his son and hurting his new living arrangement.1.Do you see any signs of possible abuse? If so, what types of abuse? 2.How should you provide support services to an older person when suspected or confirmed abuse is occurring? 3.How should you provide services to the client when the alleged perpetrator is integral to the older person’s life? Version 1.1 Course code and name
4.Detail the strategies you have in place to monitor how stressful situations have a personal impact on you as a worker. 5.In what ways can you ensure that you can de-stress following incidents like thoselisted above? 4. Researcha. Source recent research on dementia. Provide a short summary on: Version 1.1 Course code and name
• Difficulties with abstract thinking. • Faulty reasoning. • Inappropriate behaviour. • Loss of communication skills. • Disorientation to time and place. • Gait, motor, and balance problems The pathological features of dementia are Dementia, chronic, usually progressive deterioration of intellectual capacity associated with the widespread loss of nerve cells and the shrinkage of brain tissue. Dementia is most commonly seen in the elderly (senile dementia), though it is not part of the normal aging process and can affect persons of any age. The most common irreversible dementia is Alzheimer disease. This condition often begins with memory loss or with subtle impairments
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