Introduction To Social Affairs In The Elderly

A social history helps members of the interdisciplinary team to assess the need for care and social support. You should also include questions on the following topics:

Social Affairs influence the risk and the disease experience of older people as well as the possibilities of health care professionals, already detect a timely and appropriate care. A social history helps members of the interdisciplinary team to assess the need for care and social support. You should also ask about the following topics include: family and marital living arrangements Financial status Career Education Typical daily activities (. Eg how to cook, what activities give meaning to life, could where problems occur) necessity and availability of caregivers (useful for to report to the planning of care) in the history of trauma, loss and coping skills in a history that can delay the patient’s drug use and legal affairs patients own nursing responsibilities (on their own symptoms or resulting actions that interfere with the care)

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