How diabetes relates to individual family and community and all age groups throughout the life span life span sara kuzmickas jones psy/375 april 22, 2013 dr harris-sims life span abstract in this paper we will discover the human’s life span and how we all develop within our lives. Baltes, reese, and lipsitt (1980) summarize these three influences in terms of whether they are primarily age-related (that is, related to a person’s own lifespan) or cohort-specific (that is, related to the point in history when a person was born. This means creating plans for aggressively treating hyperglycemia and other risk factors and recognizing that at any point throughout the life span patients can alter the appearance or progression of diabetes complications. Healthy people 2020 emphasizes the importance of health-related quality of life and well-being by including it as one of the initiative’s 4 overarching goals, “promoting quality of life, healthy development, and health behaviors across all life stages”2 it also was established as one of the hp2020 4 foundation health measures3. The other specific types are a collection of a few dozen individual causes diabetes is a more variable disease than once thought and people may have combinations of forms diabetes mellitus occurs throughout the world but is more common (especially type 2) in more developed countries diabetes-related emergency room (er) visit rates.
Explain how the focus area relates to the individual, the family, and the community, as well as to all age groups throughout the life span our project is on diabetes develop a powerpoint presentation (15-20 slides) with accompanying speaker’s notes and citations. Food-related problems for young children include overweight, obesity, tooth decay and food sensitivities all women of childbearing age should eat high-folate foods (such as green leafy vegetables, fruits and legumes) if planning for pregnancy, it’s important to obtain 400 nutritional needs throughout life. The role of culture in social development over the life span: an interpersonal relations approach abstract this article aims to illustrate the role of culture for individual development throughout the life span first, theoretical approaches how culture affects the.
Explain how diabetes in 4 powerpoint slides relates to the individual, the family, and the community, as well as to all age groups throughout the life span. The rural black males age 15 to 20 had the lowest total cholesterol level of all the groups studied only 1 percent of the rural and 2 percent of the urban black males had total cholesterol levels above 52 millimoles per liter. The twentieth century witnessed a great expansion of the upper bounds of the human life span at the beginning of the century, average life expectancy in the united states was 47 years by century's end, the average life expectancy had risen to over 70 years, and it was not unusual for americans to exceed 80 years of age.
For the low-risk population, the individual goal is to maintain normal blood cholesterol levels throughout the life span, while the population goal is to reduce or eliminate new cases of elevated blood cholesterol. Continued seven years ago, the cdc had not a single program in any state for the prevention and control of heart disease, the leading us killer, mensah said. Chapter 10: type 2 diabetes across the life span 219 case in point: an adult develops type 2 diabetes eb, a widowed hispanic woman age 46, noted that in ethnic groups, in this case among hispanic americans the past year she had had a 15-lb weight gain, recurrent with a significant family history, eb had a genetic pre- vaginitis, and a. Social networks and peer groups play an important role in health 53 the community researchers linked the development of social skills to effects throughout the life course on social integration and isolation many studies of the effects of social isolation on health focus on the elderly, whereas the community researchers felt that people who. Separate chapters on population groups — the individual, family, and community — highlight the unique aspects of assessment and health promotion for each group coverage of growth and development helps you apply health promotion concepts to each age and each stage of development through the lifespan.
Explain how the healthy people 2020 relates to the individual family and community and all age groups throughout the lifespan make a power point demo family nursing diagnoses according to the american nurses association (ana) and the north american nursing diagnosis association (nanda), the use of nursing diagnoses is to assists the nurse in. The developmental phases of a family are referred to as the stages in a family life cycle they include: unattached adult, newly married adults, childbearing adults, preschool-age children, school. -examples include: family, peer support groups, community organized religious support systems, & self help groups -nurse can begin a social support system review by asking client to do the following: 1.
Strongly related to chronological age and are similar for individuals in a par-ticular age group, such as the biological as the learner throughout the life span, the developmental stages of the learner of chapter 5: developmental stages of the learner — chapter 5: developmental stages of the learner personal fable the the. Explain how the focus area relates to the individual, the family, and the community, as well as to all age groups throughout the life span it is important to promote the professional role of the nurse to provide health promotion and disease preventive care. Life stages steven mintz john and rebecca moores professor of history, director, american cultures program, university of houston in order to understand change over time in patterns of individual and family development, social historians have made extensive use of three important analytical constructs: the life stages, the family cycle, and the life course. Thus, in seeking to address health disparities, it is important to recognize explanatory factors, their interactions at individual and multiple levels across the life-span, and the groups affected to devise rational interventions.