Interview with Older Adult

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Essay #: 069549
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Interview with Older Adult
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Interview with Older Adult
Older adults go through many transitions as part of the aging process and experience changes in the physical health, their social life and their employment status. Erikson’s psychosocial theory describes the developmental stages that the individual goes throughout his lifespan. The purpose of this paper is to discuss an interview with an older adult using Erikson’s psychosocial theory as a framework. In this paper, I will discuss her advice for the next generation, the most difficult challenge she has experienced, the surprising discoveries that she has made and my personal reflection based on the findings from the interview.I selected Ms.B. because she is appears to be...
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