Older Adults & Dementia – A selection of articles

A selection of articles from a vaierty of sources: Being sociable can help keep your brain healthy, study finds — Alzheimers.org.uk — Being sociable by taking part in community based group activity can help keep your brain healthy in later life, research by the University of Southampton has found.Being members of a political party, environmental group, neighbourhood watch, a … [Read More] Older Adults & Dementia – A selection of articles

What Is the Meaning of Spiritual Health among Older Adults? A Concept Analysis – Educational Gerontology

ABSTRACT The different dimensions of spiritual health among older adults remain unknown to date and no globally acceptable definitions have yet been provided for the concept. To conduct the current study, the databases including Proquest, Medline, CINAHL, Science Direct, Blackwell, Iranmedex, SID, Noor Magazine and Irandoc were searched for the articles published between 1980 and … [Read More] What Is the Meaning of Spiritual Health among Older Adults? A Concept Analysis – Educational Gerontology

Spirituality, Aged Care Assessments and the Older Person – Meaningful Ageing Australia

Opinion Piece – Extract from a reflection on current practice by Stephanie Chong By the time an older person has arrived at an aged care service, they have spent on average 3-4 hours completing assessments and retelling their story to multiple workers and professionals in the community. Retelling their story to multiple people can add to the … [Read More] Spirituality, Aged Care Assessments and the Older Person – Meaningful Ageing Australia

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