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1

Total population of Canada?

33.5 Million

2

Of that 33.5m, what % are seniors?

14.8(15%) - 5 Million

28% immigrants

3

Most seniors are male or female?

Female - men catching up

4

Of the Aboriginal population, what % is 65+

5

5

Of the Aboriginal population, what % is 75+

1

6

Barriers to health care for aging citizens must be identified & eliminated. We must address these 4 'A's

Accessibility
Accommodation
Appropriateness
Availability

7

T/F Suicide rates for people 65+ are higher than those of any other age group.

TRUE
*85+ even higher

8

LGBT seniors are at higher risk for experiencing (3)

Stigma
Prejudice
Violence

And a rimjob from Harvey Fierstein

9

Why are women at higher risk for mental health issues? (4) LLLW

Live alone
Live longer
Lower Income
Widowed

10

Why would BIG EADIE be at higher risk? (5)

Poverty (compounded by)
Female
Living Alone
Very Old
Living in a rural area

11

These 3 in relation to ADL's and IADL's can contribute to mental health difficulties in older persons. (CPF)

Chronic Illness
Pain
Functional Limitations

12

4 Categories for Theories on Aging

Biological
Psychological
Sociological
Nursing

13

Example of bio theory

Cellular Aging

14

Example of psych theory

Maslow's Hierarchy

15

Example of soc theory

Social Exchange Theory

16

Nursing theory is represented by 4 Metaparadigm Concepts & The Interactions between them. They are? (PHEN)

(+2 other theory names)

Person
Health
Environment
Nursing

Also:
Recovery Model
Roy's Theory of Adaptation

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Rowe & Kahn suggest these 3(+1*) dimensions for successful aging. Have a laph...

What do older adults themselves think of this theory?

Low risk of disease & related disability
High Mental Function
Active Engagement with Life
*Positive Spirituality

Older adults w/ chronic illness and functional disability still perceive their aging as successful.