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Ltc 315 entire course (alternative living environments)

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Ltc 315 entire course (alternative living environments)

  1. 1. LTC 315 Entire course Alternative Living Environments DOWNLOAD HEREWeek 1IndividualLiving Environments WorksheetResource: Living Environment Worksheet Grading CriteriaComplete the Living Environments Worksheet. In the worksheet, you arerequired to identify and describe the progression of five different types of livingenvironments for the aging population. You also answer questions regarding yourfamiliarity with these environments and your opinions about their importance.Week 2IndividualMaking Choices Guide Part IDemographics, beliefs, finances, independence, and many other factors mayaffect an individual’s or couple’s options for living environments.Because of the importance of proper environment choice, you have been giventhe task of creating a guide to help those facing lifestyle and life care decisions.This guide will be used by both aging individuals making decisions for themselvesas well as families or caregivers making choices for another individual. In yourguide, you must identify variables that affect the environment options, and explainwhat affect they have on choices. You must also discuss why individuals andcouples, as well as family or caregivers, must consider these variables whenmaking choices.Resource: Making Choices Guide Part I Grading CriteriaWrite a 750- to 1,050-word guide about the variables that affect options forvarious living environments. In your paper, answer the following questions:· How do insurance and financial resources affect the options?· How do cultural beliefs, traditions, and religion affect the options? How mightthese, both individually and collectively, influence choices?
  2. 2. · Why should individuals and couples consider these variables when makingchoices?· Why should families or caregivers consider these variables when makingchoices for another individual?· Include at least three references.Week 3Learning TeamCase Study Comparison Presentation OutlineYour team may choose one of the 5 possible case studies found in your CourseMaterials. As a group, you must research various living environments for theindividual or couple in your case study. Once you have gathered your research,you must decide which living environment is best for the individual or couple.Resource: Case Study Comparison Presentation Outline Grading CriteriaCreate an outline detailing your plan for gathering information and completingyour case study comparison presentation. You must address the following:Note. You are not required to answer the questions at this time. Instead, focus onyour plan for obtaining the appropriate information that will be included in yourpresentation.· Compare active adult and senior communities. What are the main differences?What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?· What are two specific regulations governing assisted living facilities? How dothese differ in another state?· What types of services do assisted living facilities offer? What types of clientsdo they serve?· What are the common sources of reimbursement for assisted living? Whataffect might these have on care?· What governing bodies oversee skilled nursing facilities? How do these differbetween states?· What are the common sources of reimbursement for skilled nursing? Whataffect might these have on care?· What resources can be used to select an appropriate facility?Howcanpeoplefindthesesources?
  3. 3. · What are some effects of culture change in the continuum of care? How mightfuture generations continue to affect it?· How have philosophies of technology-based living progressed over the last 10years? How might they progress over the next 10?· What living environment option do you believe is the best for your individual orcouple? Explainwhy.Week 4IndividualMakingChoicesGuidePart IIDemographics, beliefs, finances, independence, and many other factors mayaffect an individual’s or couple’s options for living environments.Because of the importance of proper environment choice, you have been giventhe task of creating a guide to help those facing lifestyle and life care decisions.This guide will be used by both aging individuals making decisions for themselvesas well as families or caregivers making choices for another individual. In yourguide, you must identify variables that affect the environment options, and explainwhat affect they have on choices. You must also discuss why individuals andcouples, as well as family or caregivers, must consider these variables whenmaking choices.Resource: Making Choices Guide Part II Grading CriteriaWrite a 750- to 1,050-word guide about the variables that affect options forvarious living environments. Inyourpaper, answerthefollowingquestions:· How do social support systems affect the options and quality of care?· How do community based programs and services affect independence for theaging population?· Why should individuals and couples consider these variables when makingchoices?· Why should families or caregivers consider these variables when makingchoices for another individual?· What other variables may affect choices? Why are these important to consider?· Include at least three references.Week 5
  4. 4. Learning TeamCase Study Comparison PresentationResource: Case Study Comparison Presentation Grading CriteriaCreate a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation detailing your casestudy, your living environment comparisons, and your team’s decision for theindividual or couple. It is very important that as you address the questions below,you relate the information to your individual and his or her situation. In yourpresentation, address the following:· Compare active adult and senior communities. What are the main differences?What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?· What are two specific regulations governing assisted living facilities? How dothese differ in another state?· What types of services do assisted living facilities offer? What types of clientsdo they serve?· What are the common sources of reimbursement for assisted living? Whataffect might these have on care?· What governing bodies oversee skilled nursing facilities? How do these differbetween states?· What are the common sources of reimbursement for skilled nursing? Whataffect might these have on care?· What resources can be used to select an appropriate facility? How can peoplefind these sources?· What are some effects of culture change in the continuum of care? How mightfuture generations continue to affect it?· How have philosophies of technology-based living progressed over the last 10years? How might they progress over the next 10?· What living environment option do you believe is the best for your individual?Explainwhy.· Includedetailedspeakernotes.

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