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Infant
Birth through two years. Dependant, brain developing, learning motor skills and sensory abilities.
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Child
3-9 years. Growing and mastering motor skills and language. Leaening to play and socialise. Continued growth, formal schools and organized activities.
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Adolecent
10-19 years. Growth spurts. Puberty brings hormal changes and reactions. Strong emotions may rule decisions. Behavioural risks.
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Young adult
20-29 years. Completing education and beginning a career and family. Potential copies and financial issues.
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Adult
30-39 years. Managing family and career growth. Increasing numbers of couples are starting families in this stage. Continued coping pressures.
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Middle age
40-60 years. First signs of aging and effects of lifestyle; menopause, children are leaving the nest, grandchildren arrive, career peak. Aging parents may require care.
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Independent elder
Age 60 onward.More signs of aging and lifestyle effects. Eligible for government provided retirement and health care benefits or private pensions. Retirement, dicretionary time. Some health problems and medications. May care for others.
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Vulnerable elder
Optional stage. Beginning of frailty, cognitive or multiple health problems. Require some assistance. Not able to drive. Possible move to Assisted Living.
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Dependent elder
Optional stage. Requires daily care. Unable to perform all personal functions. Possible move to a nursing home.
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End of Life (Up to six months)
Diagnosed with terminal condition or end stage of disease. May require hospice care, hospitalization or nursing home care
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3-9 years. Growing and mastering motor skills and language. Leaening to play and socialise. Continued growth, formal schools and organized activities.

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Adolecent

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Young adult

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Adult

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