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Age as a Friend – Significance of the ability to function and operational environment in good ageing

2021

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Age as a Friend – Significance of the ability to function and operational environment in good ageing
                 
Case Management 4
 
   
 
Gerontechnology 3
 
   
 
Assessing and Supporting Aging People's Ability to Function 6
 
       
Promoting wellbeing by an environment 2
 
       
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Ageing population is one of the megatrends of our time. One can examine ageing from the perspective of an individual, community or society. In this study module, you will explore the impacts of the ability to function and the operational environment on ageing people’s lives. In addition you will understand the significance of well-timed service coordination and the utilization of technology in the everyday lives of elderly people and their near relatives.
This study module includes the following themes:
Ageing and the ability to function
Promoting the health of ageing people and the recommendations of physical exercise
Accessibility
Impressions, media environment and nature as part of people’s wellbeing
Service coordination as a working method and process, the role of a service coordinator
Multiprofessionalism, networking and registration in service coordination
Technology for elderly and user-friendly technology, ethical issues concerning the use of technology with elderly people