Health – $100Most prevalent chronic disease of older Americans, 65 and older is.
Health – $100What is high blood pressure?
Health - $200 2-5% of Americansdevelop this disease by the time they are 70.
Health - $200What is dementia?
Health - $300The fastest growing segment of the population In the U.S. and other industrialized nations.
Health - $300Who are the oldest-old (including centenarians)?
Health - $400This condition frequently assumed to be a typical byproduct of aging rather than a clinical diagnosis.
Health - $400What is depression?
Health- $500Typically associated with men, this disease disportionately affects women during midlife.
Health- $500What is heart disease?
Populations- $100 The majority of olderAmerican live in these types of communities.
Populations- $100What are rural communities?
Populations- $200By 2030, 29% of Americans willshare this common characteristic.
Populations- $200What is being 65 and older?
Populations- $300New Mexico ranks #1 in the nation on this population characteristic.
Populations- $300What is the largest portion ofHispanic seniors in the nation?
Populations- $400An average American can expect to live this age.
Populations- $400 What is 81?
Populations- $500Nearly 50% of women over 75 live this type of household.
Populations- $500What is a single-person household?
Global Aging- $100This country has the largest total population AND the world’s largest older population.
Global Aging- $100 What is China?
Global Aging - $200This small nation has the world’s highest percentage of older people?
Global Aging- $200 What is Japan?
Global Aging- $300What are the leading killers of older people in Europe and North America?
Global Aging- $300 Circulatory diseases(especially heart disease and stroke)
Global Aging- $400This developing region of the world has the highest percentage of old people.
Global Aging- $400What is the Caribbean?
Global Aging- $500In this country, older people are the least likely to live alone.
Global Aging- $500What is the Philippines?
Long-Term Care - $1003% of older people live in this type of housing situation.
Long-Term Care - $100 What are nursing homes?
Long-Term Care - $200The primary source of funding for skilled nursing care in the United States.
Long-Term Care - $200 What is Medicaid?
Long-Term Care - $300The primary source of long- term care in the United States
Long-Term Care - $300What is family caregiving?
Long-Term Care - $400 With incomes at or below thenational median of $35,000 and spend 20+ hours each weekproviding care, these people are the primary caregivers of older people.
Long-Term Care - $400 Who are women?
Long-Term Care - $500The future long-term care plans of the majority of midlife and older Americans.
Long-Term Care - $500 What is aging in place?
Famous Seniors- $100This famous senior was released from prison at the age of 72 and became the President of South Africa at 76.
Famous Seniors- $100Who is Nelson Mandela?
Famous Seniors- $200She was the first female secretary of state and in 1997 she became the highest ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government.
Famous Seniors - $300Who is Madeleine Albright?
Famous Seniors - $300This older man gave the keynote speech at the 2012 Republican National Convention.
Famous Seniors - $300Who is Clint Eastwood?
Famous Seniors- $400At the age of 71 this man became the director of the CIA. Currently at 74, he is now the Secretary of Defense.
Famous Seniors- $400Who is Leon Panetta?
Famous Seniors - $500 “The idea of retiring is as foreign to me as the idea of hunting”Comments this older woman activein womens rights and social justice.
Famous Seniors - $500Who is Gloria Steinem?
Final Jeopardy EngagementCompared with the U.S. median of 52 hours annually, seniorscontributed 96 hours per year to this activity.
Final Jeopardy EngagementWhat is volunteering?
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