Age-specific Care: Young Adults, Middle-aged Adults, Older Adults, Elders

OVERVIEW:

Adulthood is the longest period of a persons lifespan, realistically extending 60 or more years from age 20. However, it should be obvious that the care needs of a 25-year-old will be significantly different from the needs of a 65-year-old. This program, the third of a three-part series on age-specific care, provides nurses and other healthcare professionals with information and guidance about the age-specific care of adults at different stages of adulthood.

OBJECTIVES:

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  • Explain cultural and language differences that exist among patient populations
  • Describe age-specific care, nursing considerations and safety measures for young adults (20 to 40 years), middle-age adults (41 to 65 years), older adults (66 to 80 years), and elder adults (age 81 and more)
This program also includes workbooks that can be ordered separately.
Price: $315.00 USD

Product ID: MED190
Media: DVD
Year: 2014
Duration: 18:06 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Special Interest
 
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