Social, emotional, economic aspects of ageing

key areas to social, emotional and economic aspects of ageing.

Covers 9 main areas with sub ideas added as well.

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  • Social, emotional, economic aspects of ageing
    • inability to cope
      • Confusion
      • Dementia
      • Mental illness
    • Increased dependancy on others
      • illness or disorders
      • lack of confidence
    • increased potential dangers
      • to self
      • To others
    • Increased Isolation
      • Mobility problems
      • Low income
      • low motivation
      • feel less valued
    • communication problems
      • illness or disorders
      • confusion
    • roles of older people
      • family memebers
      • voluntary workers
      • members of community
    • economic changes
      • income
      • benefits
    • lifestyle changes
      • time, leisure and work patterns
    • changes in health and care needs
      • Formal support
        • paid care
      • Informal support
        • Unpaid care- friends, family, neighbours or community
  • increased potential dangers
    • to self
    • To others
  • Increased Isolation
    • Mobility problems
    • Low income
    • low motivation
    • feel less valued

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