Aging: An Analysis of Issues

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Essay #: 058810
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Aging: An Analysis of Issues
The first interview question asked the person being interviewed their reasons for leaving home and entering the long term facility. The interviewer also asked who made the decision, whether other alternatives were available, and what were the best and worst things about being in the institution. In response. Mr. K explained that sooner or later the option of long term care had to be explored, and that in his case, having stomach surgery had made managing the tasks of daily living more difficult, so he decided to enter the long term facility because he did not want to hire a nurse aid or home health assistant. The best thing about being in the facility was the traditional Ukrainian atmosphere, and there was no...
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