Strategies to promote the well-being of older adults are guided by the physical, psychological, and emotional condition of the individual. The development of an individualized plan includes evaluating the patient's current disease processes as well as injuries, medical complications, and ability to perform activities of daily living.
- Type of Content: Demonstration
- Title: Strategies to Promote Well-Being
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Co-publisher: Medcom Inc.
- Series: Gerontology
- Publication year: 2020
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- Discipline: Nursing
- Subject: Patient-Centered Care & Advocacy, Care Across the Lifespan, Health Promotion
- Duration: 00:14:44
Keywords: age and aging, alcohol consumption, blood pressure, hypertension, and stress, blood tests, cancer screening, cognitive abilities, cognitive decline, dietitians, driving, drug addiction, environmental factors, exercise (physical activity), falls (accidents), gerontological nursing, health promotion, health promotion and disease prevention, hearing tests, home nursing, hospital nursing, immunization, injury prevention in older adults, lifestyle and cardiovascular disease, nurse's role, nursing care plans, nutritional needs, patient-centered care, prescription drug abuse, risk factors, Social isolation, vision tests
Contains: Assessment QuestionsOnline ISBN: 9781529728002Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd, 2020