A person who suffers from anxiety may avoid expressing him/herself due to the fear of making mistakes or being judged. Anxiety causes an overwhelming level of stress which negatively affects communication. 4. It can be tiring and emotionally draining and can lead to yourself becoming depressed. Outcome 2 1. internet,doctor,leaflets,library, friends and colleagues that have been in the same situation 2.
The author also states that how the disease began. How his mother started to forgot little things of day to day life. The commonly known changes in behavior are the use of repetition of a sentence and aggression. She had difficulty performing routine tasks. The second stage of the disease is when people start to forget about time and place, recent events of life, and personal history.
Criticisms from supervisors and peers often are met with emotional listening resistance. We hear only the negatives and do not attend to offers of help or ways to improve our performance. We are over stimulated and do not accurately receive messages that could help us grow and develop. Barrier Three: Criticizing Personal Style Rather Than Messages. We often find ourselves criticizing the way a message is presented and ignoring its content or value.
The disease can consist of : clumsiness, uncontrolled continual muscular contractions, loss of balance, slurred speech, walking difficulty and stumbling, and falling. The Cognitive aspect consist of judgment, memory deteriorated. The ability to focus become extremely hare. The ability to answer question and reading becomes a painstaking task if it is accomplished. Huntington also creates inability to enjoy life and lack of energy.
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive neurologic disease of the brain that leads to the irreversible loss of neurons and dementia. The clinical hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease are progressive impairment in memory, judgment, decision making, orientation to physical surroundings, and language. Alzheimer's disease is a very difficult disease to deal with for the patient and family. Patients with alzheimer's deal with alot of anxiety and confusion while the family struggles with grief that the patients ability to reconginze the family and life are fading. In the Notebook we see both sides of the struggles of dealing with Alzheimer's.
c. Emotional abuse: Being threatened, ignored, teased or humiliated. d. Financial abuse: Being overcharged, pressurised into giving/lending money/property. e. Institutional abuse: Not given choice, not being treated as an individual. f. Self -neglect: Not eating or drinking properly, poor personal hygiene, inappropriately dressed not taking medication. g. Neglect: Failure to provide
2.3 Individuals who have dementia are not aware of the requirement for living, They can forget to do the essential things that are vital, taking medication, personal hygiene, eating are often forgotten. They can get lost or hurt and not understand what is necessary to correct the situation. Individuals cannot act in a manner of a responsible adult which why dementia is viewed as a
They stop doing things they use to do for example seeing friends and family as much and make themselves less sociable. In society today it seems they help older people withdraw from life for example retirement and care homes stop older people being active in their community and in the world of work. Also by getting older people to retire and getting younger people to fill in there gap and take on the older persons responsibilities withdrawals the older individual as it makes them feel not good enough and like there too old to carry on so they lose their confidence. The
The fifth stage of AD is moderately severe cognitive decline in which an individual may need help with everyday tasks and even forget their own address, phone number, forget which day it is but also still not help with things such as eating or using the bathroom. The sixth stage of AD is severe cognitive decline where the individual will need help with everyday tasks, their behavior and mood will change and their memory will be much worse. The final stage is very severe cognitive decline where individuals can no longer adapt to their environment or do things they once knew how to do. They also won’t be able to carry on a conversation and their mobility will be more or less