What is ageism?
What is the difference between primary and secondary aging?
What common biological or physiological changes are associated with aging?
What is arteriosclerosis?
Parkinson's disease is a condition affecting the __________________________.
It is characterized by:
What personality changes are associated with aging?
What changes in intellectual functioning are associated with aging?
What mental disorders are common among elderly people?
The well elderly are individuals who now have plenty of ________________ to pursue ___________________. They have needs for experiences that provide opportunities for ________________________ and __________________.
According to Palmer, adult day care centers help both elderly clients and their caregivers by providing:
Chronically ill individuals have a variety of physical and medial needs which must be met by others; however, they and their caregivers also have important social, psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs. These include:
5 factors leading to placement in a long-term care facility or nursing home include:
Institutional neurosis is characterized by:
What is Alzheimer's disease?
Alzheimer's disease is characterized by the following structural changes in the nerve cells of the brain:
Individuals with Alzheimer's disease also have much lower levels of some ________________ as compared with people who are aging normally. In addition the cortex of the brain _________________________________, and the spaces in the _________________ become enlarged. These changes take place throughout the _____________ and ____________ lobes of the _______________ cortex and result in _________________________________________________________
Differentiate mild or early, moderate or middle, and severe or late stages of Alzheimer's disease.
What is multi-infarct dementia?
What is Pick's disease?
What is Huntington's disease?
What is Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease?
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All types of dementia have the characteristic features of:
What is AAMI?
What is another name for AAMI?
Discuss the disengagement theory of aging.
What is the activity theory of aging?
Discuss sensory stimulation or sensory training approaches.
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Reality orientation programs have 2 components:
What is Feil's validation/fantasy therapy method?
Reminiscence may be a natural and important part of the lives of elderly individuals for 2 reasons:
Behavioral techniques can help deal with many behavioral problems commonly seen in elderly persons, including:
The functional vocal range of most elderly people is between:
Why is music useful with elderly individuals?
How is the Older Americans Act Amendments of 1992, Public Law 102-375, related to music therapy?
According to the national survey by Smith and Lipe, the 9 goals reported as most used by music therapists working with elderly people included:
Outline the section about music therapy approaches with the well elderly.
Outline the section about music therapy approaches with elderly individuals who are semi-independent.
Outline the section about music therapy approaches with chronically ill elderly individuals who are cared for at home.
Outline the section about music therapy approaches with elderly individuals who are in nursing homes or long-term care facilities.
Outline the section about music therapy approaches with elderly individuals who have Alzheimer's disease or related disorders.
Describe music therapy programming for persons with early stage dementia.
Describe music therapy programming for persons with middle stage dementia.
Describe music therapy interventions for people with late stage dementia.
Outline the section about caregivers and music therapy.
Generally, music therapy activities will be most successful when they:
What negative effects may music have?
What adaptations may be needed for elderly people to participate in music activities?