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- Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders for home health Care for people with Alzheimer's disease is aimed at enhancing quality of life and maximizing functional performance by improving cognition, mood, and behavior. This program for home health care providers discusses effective communication with patients who have Alzheimer's disease or related disorders; behavior management; maximization of daily function; and development of the interpersonal skills needed in working with family members and other caregivers.
- How the Body Ages Series - Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Musculoskeletal SystemsThis program provides nurses and other healthcare workers with knowledge and tools to understand the changes that occur in the Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Musculoskeletal systems of the aging patient. Understanding these changes can be cruicial to helping you assist older adults maintain their quality of life.
- How the Body Ages Series - Central Nervous System, The Senses, and EmotionsThis program provides nurses and other healthcare workers with knowlege and tools to understand the nervous system along with the effect of senses and emotions.
- How the Body Ages Series - Gastrointestinal, Genitourinary, & Integumentary SystemsThis program provides nurses and other healthcare workes with knowledge and tools to undersand the changes that occur in the gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and integumentary systems of the aging patient.
- Lifelong Health: Achieving Optimum Well-Being at any ageA long and healthy life is a universal desire. So how can you achieve this goal? There's a whirlwind of advice on how to optimize your health and well-being. The only problem is that much of it is contradictory and scientifically unsound.
- The Elder ProjectThe Elder Project follows 7 different seniors over the course of 2 years and records their experiences through a series of short and candid episodic stories. As they face the possibility of increasing frailty and transitioning into more dependant living scenarios, the elders talk of their concerns and eloquently express their desire to grow older with dignity and some control over their future.