Community Assessment: The Sunrise Senior Living Center in Aurora

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Essay #: 057584
Total text length is 12,407 characters (approximately 8.6 pages).

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Community Assessment: The Sunrise Senior Living Center in Aurora
Introduction
The Sunrise Senior Living Center in Aurora is an example of the community as client (
Haugh
&
Mildon
, 2008) where a comprehensive approach is needed. The residents have numerous problem s related to chronic illness, the aging process, and psychosocial issues. The approach used to the residents was to focus on their strengths rather than their problems. I also used the idea of partnership whereby the residents would be involved in their care as active partners instead of being passive recipients. This paper will discuss why this group can be viewed as a community, the types of problems they face, and most of all the strengths and coping strategies they use to...
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