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    • By Bree and Bec
      Aged
    • The aged require access to a range of services to help them maintain their wellbeing.
      This may help them in
      areas such as making
      new friends, access
      doctors and hospitals,
      attend social events etc.
      Access to Services
    • The aged is more likely to catch diseases and illnesses so good health care is crucial.
      Regular physical activity is important in maintaining good health, also healthy diets must be maintained.
      Social health is important in maintaining high self esteem.
      Health
    • Due to decreasing mobility and strength, the ages may feel more insecure both in their home and outside the environment.
      A home alarm and regular contact with family and friends can be helpful.
      Security and saftey
    • With many ages people now being retired, they may require financial support to maintain their lifestyle and pay bills, travel, go on social outings and meet their general needs.
      Financial support
    • A persons sense of identity
      may decrease when they
      are aged as many no
      longer have the
      responsibilities they once
      had. Continuing to
      participate in social and
      other activities they enjoy
      can help them to maintain a
      sense of identity.
      Sense of identity