26 Pages 6614 Words Business Study Plan

| March 16, 2019

Learning outcomes for this week
Upon the successful completion of this section you should be able to:
• describe some major developmental theories relevant from early to late adulthood
• discuss the diversity of partner selection, marriage, and family structures, particularly in Western countries
• discuss some of the complexities of employment, career and lifestyle during adulthood and the implications for health.
What you need to do to meet your learning outcomes
 Text reading
Barkway, P. (Ed.). (2013). Psychology for Health Professionals (2nd ed.). Australia: Elsevier. Chapter 3
 Additional reading
Browne-Yung, K., Walker, R. B., & Luszcz, M. A. (2015). An Examination of Resilience and Coping in the Oldest Old Using Life Narrative Method. The Gerontologist. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnv137
 Lecture
Attend the lecture on Tuesday from 11:00-11:50 am in N335. These lectures will also be available online for viewing and in podcast form for downloading.
 Weekly reading response
Write a response to one of the questions from your reading, using theoretical and research evidence.
1 How can understanding different kinship patterns influence healthcare practice?
2 Discuss the relevance of Kohlberg’s theory of moral reasoning to health care practice.
3 Discuss psychosocial factors that influence successful aging?
 On-campus students
1 Do your reading and write your reading response.
2 Attend an on-campus tutorial. Be prepared to contribute to the discussion on the weekly readings. Identify key issues and critique the reading. Bring any unanswered questions to the tutorial.
3 Be ready to discuss the theory and research relevant to the readings.
 External FLO only students
1 Do your reading and write your reading response.
2 Identify online any key issues and critique the reading.
3 Complete 3 of the activities below and discuss in your small group online.
 Activity – Debate
• Consider the statement “Perceptions about aging are often inaccurate.” Is this statement accurate?
• In class students will debate the topic in class
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• FLO only students should consider the evidence available and post a 140 character
(max) response on FLO to the question.
 Activity – Healthy Ageing
First complete the Healthy Ageing Quiz
(http://www.nari.net.au/resources/public/healthy-ageing-quiz)
Discuss the following:
1. What is healthy ageing?
2. Why is healthy ageing important?
3. How does having a chronic illness impact upon healthy ageing?
4. How was the quiz developed?
 Activity—YouTube video
 TED talk: Dan Buettner: How to live to be 100+
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-jk9ni4XWk
 Discuss factors that influence life expectancy and good health
Activity — Case study
You can discuss in class the following de-identified case.
Carol and Glenn live in Perth, Western Australia, and have been looking
after their grandchildren—Mia, aged six, and Luke, three— since the
children were removed from their parents by welfare agencies two years
ago. Carol is 54 and Glenn is 56.
Carol
We’re from England originally, but we’ve been here for 19 years and had
seven children of our own. We’ve had our grandchildren for two years. They’re
my son’s children. At first we only thought it would be for a while – we were
given custody after they were removed from their parents by children’s
services because they were being neglected and nobody else could take them.
Our son still lives in WA and he’s still with the children’s mother. They’ve got
another child on the way. They want custody, but they both have substance
abuse problems.
The children’s mother is Aboriginal, and I’m keen for them to maintain links to
their original culture. They’d been staying with an auntie on the mother’s side,
but she couldn’t manage them. Because they have such a large extended
family on that side, I felt it was probably wrong that children’s services asked
me to have them, and for a while I was worried the family might come and try
to take them back. But nobody’s ever been near me, so I feel quite safe with
them now.
Between 2006-07, there were 14,000 grandparent families caring for children, 8,050
of which were raising grandchildren under 15 years.
• What is your response?
• What would be the issues of parenting for the over 55’s? (e.g., Financial
disadvantage, employment, housing, mental and physical health, relationship and
social issues, access to support).
• Would this response be different if you practiced in an extended care role,
e.g., Nurse Practitioner, Extended Care Paramedic, Allied Health Manager?
See the following link to aid discussion: https://aifs.gov.au/publications/familiespolicy-
and-law/12-grandparents-primary-carers-their-grandchildren-policy-and
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Assignment 2A preparation
 Activity – Living with Cystic Fibrosis
“One way to gauge how CF lung disease might feel is to breathe for a while through a
short length of garden hose. After a short time, you will feel an increasing urgency to
breathe more than you are able to – you will probably make increasing efforts to move
more air in and out of the hose, but your lungs cannot do that, no matter how much
effort is put into it.
Now imagine this feeling of “not enough breath“, starting off imperceptibly, steadily
increasing, never halting or reversing as you grow up through your teenage years.
Expecting to enjoy life as it develops you are faced with an increasing amount of mucus
and fluid trapping in your lungs that you relentlessly attempt to cough out to be able to
breath and survive. The risk of getting a serious CF-specific lung infection from friends
with Cystic Fibrosis means that you cannot even meet in person to gain much needed
support.
Your condition progressively affects your ability take part in any activities or even to
breathe enough to satisfy your most primal biological instinct of humans – to satisfy the
hunger for air.”
– Dr. D. Parsons,

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