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Elder issues [videorecording] : nutrition, falls and abuse / produced by Concept Media ; script, Shirley Carey.

Carey, Shirley (Shirley A.) (Added Author). Concept Media, inc. (Added Author).
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Copies

Location: IAHS STACKS RC952.5 .E43 2002 disc 1&2
Barcode: 0134110193155
Status: Available
Location: IAHS STACKS RC952.5 .E43 2002 disc 3&4
Barcode: 0134110193171
Status: Available

Record details

  • Physical Description: 4 CD-ROMs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Irvine, Calif. : Concept Media, c2002.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Instructional videorecordings.
In container.
Title from title frames.
"Digitized video series"--Container.
“CD-ROM Series 674” – Container.
Formatted Contents Note:
[disc 1]. Nutrition for independent elders (674.1DZ) (25:00) -- [disc 2]. Nutritional risks and challenges (674.2DZ) (24:00) -- [disc 3]. Preventing falls (674.3DZ) (27:00) -- [disc 4]. Elder abuse (674.4DZ) (27:00).
Summary, etc.:
This item will only play on a computer, not in a regular DVD player. Disc 1: Nutrition for Independent Elders (video): Focuses on community-based seniors who are relatively healthy. Highlights diseases that have an underlying nutritional origin, and the physiologic changes of aging that can negatively affect nutrition. Discusses the nutrients and fiber needed by aged individuals, along with a description of the Food Guide Pyramid and the Tufts' 70+ Pyramid. A brief discussion of supplements concludes the program. Disc 2: Nutritional Risks and Challenges (video): Focuses on nutritional challenges for elders, particularly those at risk for malnutrition or who are ill. Presents factors that contribute to malnutrition, and discusses assessment including screening tools and laboratory data. Illustrates interventions for those who are ill and at home or in healthcare facilities. Discusses also the role of the interdisciplinary team. Disc 3: Preventing Falls (video): Presents indicators that an older person is at risk for falling. Explores the common causes of falls — dehydration, medications, urinary problems, impaired visual function, and poor balance and gait — and interventions to minimize the risk. Highlights safety in the home and cites important prevention measures in the home and in healthcare facilities. Emphasizes that many falls are preventable and that fall reduction plans are the responsibility of everyone caring for the elderly. Disc 4: Elder Abuse (video): Discusses the growing problem of elder abuse. Describes the various types of abuse and details characteristics of abusers. Barriers to getting help, including social, cultural and medical factors are presented. Preventing abuse, and assessing and treating elders who have been mistreated are covered at length. Discusses various governmental agencies and services designed to help elders and their family caregivers prevent abuse before it occurs.
System Details Note:
This item will only play on a computer, not in a regular DVD player.
Subject: Older people > Care.
Older people > Nutrition.
Abused elderly.
Falls (Accidents) in old age > Prevention.
Older people > Abuse of.
Nutrition disorders in old age.
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