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Accommodating frail elderley people

Accommodating frail elderley people

papers delivered at a seminar organised by the Department of Adult Education, University of Keele, theBeth Johnson Foundation and the Beth Johnson Housing Association, at Keele in March 1983

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Published by Beth Johnson Foundation Publications, the Beth Johnson Housing Association, Department ofAdult Education, University of Keele. in Stoke-on-Trent, Keele .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Frank Glendenning.
SeriesBeth Johnson Foundation publications
ContributionsGlendenning, Frank, 1921-, University of Keele. Department of Adult Education., Beth Johnson Foundation.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20878453M
ISBN 100907875076
OCLC/WorldCa12122604

As such, frail elderly people have a risk of declining well-being. To counteract or mitigate these negative consequences of frailty, an intervention was proposed to increase frail elderly people’s adaptive abilities (self-management abilities) to realize well-being. The intervention consisted of six home visits by a geriatric by: The caregiver of a frail elderly person is usually the ____, who is also elderly. If an impaired person has no living partner, often a ____ or an adult ____ provides care. ____ homes are usually considered a last resort.

  Respecting the needs and wants of the elderly and the frail. And finally, when I become frail, dependent and needing ongoing care, I . Two-thirds (%) of those older people who were a part of the frail subgroup reported they could not get about. 10 When asked to indicate the causes of their problems with mobility, % of the frail subgroup (compared with % of the non-frail group) reported health problems as the most important reason for their limited mobility, but.

  ‘Thinking you're old and frail’: a qualitative study of frailty in older adults - Volume 36 Issue 7 - KRYSTAL WARMOTH, IAIN A. LANG, CASSANDRA PHOENIX, CHARLES ABRAHAM, MELISSA K. ANDREW, RUTH E. HUBBARD, MARK TARRANTCited by: the best for me.ʺ Frail elderly patientsʹ preferences for participation in their care during hospitalization. Patient Education and Counseling (80)– II Ekdahl A, Andersson L, Wirehn A‐B, Friedrichsen M. Are elderly people with co‐morbidities involved adequately in File Size: KB.


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of people aged 75 or over are not frail and are living independently. In addition, whilst not all frail older people are aged 75 or over, this age is used where other indicators of frailty are not available. The Frail Older People Spine Chart summarises a range of indicators of health and well-being with a comparison to the England Size: KB.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Caring for Frail Elderly People: Policies in Evolution Chapter United States Pamela Doty, Ph.D. PDF Version (38 PDF pages). frail elder: an older person (usually above 85 years of age) who has multiple physical or mental disabilities that may interfere with the ability to perform activities of daily living independently.

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Multiple definitions of frailty exist in the literature, but in general it can be thought of as a lack of physiological reserve to stressors.

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