Published February 28, 2002 by Auburn House .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Susanne Bleiberg Seperson (Editor), Carol Hegeman (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||264|
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Elder Care and Service Learning A Handbook. by Susanne Bleiberg Seperson, Carol Hegeman. Makes explicit the connection between coursework and field placement, and elucidates how the policies which the government legislates affect the elderly. Print Flyer. About the Author. JOY LOVERDE, a leading consultant in the senior/active adult industry for thirty years, shares her expertise with family members and professionals who want to successfully plan and manage eldercare and caregiving issues.
Her work has been featured on Today, the CBS Early Show, National Public Radio, and in USA Today, Cited by: 3. Elder care and service learning: a handbook.
[Susanne Bleiberg Seperson; Carol R Hegeman; Foundation for Long Term Care (N.Y.);] -- The authors study how service learning provides practical experience for the student and increases the elderly's interaction with social groups, including how to plan services, fieldwork suggestions.
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Service-Learning and Educating in Challenging Contexts explores the potential of service-learning identified as a way to integrate community service with academic study to enrich the on-going professional development of educators, especially in schools that are located in challenging contexts.
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Students learn about pediatric hospital care and the roles that health care providers and volunteers play in helping hospitalized children.
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Poetry for Life service learning is a teaching and learning strategy that bring students and elders together in a meaningful community service. The students receive instruction in how to recite poetry. They write reflections on working with the elders to enrich the learning experience.
This intergenerational project helps to strengthen our. Welcome to the Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging connecting you to services for older adults and their families. You can also reach us at Monthly Feature.
February is American Heart Month and the National Institute on Aging offers the following ways that you can help take care of your. As the need for elderly care is increasing, the problems of caring for the elderly is also increasing. The number of elderly persons in the United States is steadily rising.
This brings into play the issue that the cost of the care for the elderly is also steadily elevating: as the cost of living grows. Learning how to safely transfer seniors in a variety of scenarios while at the same time protecting the caregiver are essential, as is learning how to deal with security and safety in the home of a senior diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Caring for seniors in a home environment also means providing care for the caregiver. Time-outs, support, dealing /5. Service-Learning Projects Based on all of our workshops, every month we come up with a new service learning project based on what is happening locally and globally. Students learn about an issue that is affecting the world, talk about the feelings that they would be experiencing in a similar situation, foster empathy for those affected, and Location: Sherman Oaks, CA Service Learning: An Opportunity.
service learning is the integration of community service projects that benefit the school or community with academic skills and content as well as structured reflection on the service experience.
1 Students perform school- or community-based work projects that (ideally) put their academic skills and knowledge.
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‘Elder care is the new child care,’ professor says Open this photo in gallery: Dawn Sinclair spends every other weekend at her parent’s home east of Toronto to care for her elderly mother Author: Elizabeth Church.way, they often overlook the complexity of care required by these individuals and equate nursing care of the elderly with basic nursing skills (Ironside et al, ).
By continuing to teach elder care throughout the curriculum, students can experience caring for individuals with File Size: KB. Benefits of intergenerational service-learning to human services majors. Educational Gerontology, 27, Brandenberger, J.
W. (). Developmental psychology and service-learning: A theoretical framework. In R. G. Bringle & D. K. Duffy (Eds.), With service in mind: Concepts and models for service-learning in psychology (pp. ).