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age related changes

normal changes with aging

QuestionAnswer
skin becomes moist and soft false
bowel an bladder incontience is normal with aging false
short term memory lose is more common then long term memory loss true
with aging the musles weaken and bone loss occurs true
older adults are most always frail and dependent false
depression is a normal sign of aging false
adult males are high risk for suicide true
interest in sex ends after age 40 false
nutrition in ones early life has litte effect on aging false
aging adulte have no spiritual needs False
promoting independence and showing repect to residnets is critical to their emotional wellbeing TRUE
pet therapy is of little value with elder adults false
Memory boxes are a great way to start conversations with elder adults true
validation therapy with elder adults is found to be useful true
all aged people get dementia false
Created by: donnakristensen