For this assignment I chose to interview my Grandmother and asses her home. My Grandma Mary has lived in her house since my grandfather retired back in the late 80’s. My grandfather passed away in 2008 and since then she has lived on her own. Over the years many changes have been made to her house so that she could remain living there safely. It is very important to my grandmother to have her own home. Lately she has suffered many mini strokes and many people have tried to convince her to move into an assisted living situation or in with a relative. However, my grandmother has always been a very independent woman and refuses to move from her home. Even though my grandmother is 86 years old and her health is declining she is able to keep up with things around the house and acts like she is much younger. She has expressed to me that if she were to leave her home and live under someone else’s care that she would feel helpless and would most likely get depressed as a result. However, my grandmother because of her strokes is no longer able to operate a car because of the chance that she could have a stroke while driving. Therefore, in order for her to stay in her house she has to rely on the assistance of others to go places. This transition did not cause her too much stress however, and she has adapted to this change well. In addition to having people drive her places her children have employed a woman to come into my grandmother’s home to check up on her daily and to help her with thing that she may need. This service was hard for my grandmother to accept because he felt that it was not necessary. My aunt Kathy lives in the same gated community as my grandmother. She moved their when my grandparents first moved into their retirement home back in the 80’s, and has raised her family there. This is very nice for my grandmother because my aunt and uncle are around to help drive her to places like the store or the doctor’s office. My uncle Jim is an emergency room doctor so it is also nice for my grandmother to have constant contact with a doctor in case she is in need of medical attention. Over the years my grandmother has made many adaptations to her retirement home to make it a nice place to live in her old age. When my grandparents retired they moved into a one level home which makes it very easy for my grandmother to travel safely throughout the rooms. The only step that she comes into contact with is a small step from the garage into the house. To make this step safe she has installed a handrail that she can grip to ensure that she does not fall. Over the years carpet has been installed in every room except the kitchen to make the ground softer and safer in case of falls. In the kitchen my grandmother has a tile floor but it is heavily textured and does not get too slippery when it is wet. My grandmother has bad eyes so she made it a priority to have bright lighting throughout the house and especially in the kitchen. In addition to a sky light in her ceiling she has many lights over the counters and her kitchen island. She keeps her kitchen free of appliances and neatly stores them in the cupboards below. She does this so that she can be assured that there are no appliances plugged in, and comments that she likes to see her green marble countertops free of clutter. She just put these countertops in last year and really enjoys working on them. Because my grandmother has frequent miniature strokes my family thought that it was very important for her to be in constant reach of communication. Therefore, a phone has been placed in every room and can be reached from the floor. In the kitchen my grandmother has her main phone that has big numbers for dialing and a very loud speaker phone option. Another adaptation that my grandmother has made to her home recently was the seating in her living room. She says that a few years back she had couches that were very hard for her to get up from. Therefore, she
pick up at the daycare usully don’t pick up in their homes if the parents are talking care of them. In the daycare sitting, the children can be more free in their enviorment ,experience more things, and able to learn more by interacting with the people are them and the enviorment they are in. Since children in a daycare have more of a open…
and nasty. Landfills also polute the environment by pushing trash into the earth. They also burn the trash and let off gases into the enviroment. Animals can be affected by landfills.
Recycling can be easy or you can make it hard. Each person have to learn exactly how and what to do. Take five trash cans then mark each one of them with the marker saying cans, paper, glass, plastic, and aluminum. The reason for the aluminum cans and aluminum foal because you can sell these for profit. Now figuring…
from 2013 and until their 18th birthday from 2015.
Raising the participation age (RPA) does not mean young people must stay in school; they will able to choose one of the following options:
• full-time education, such as school, college or home education
• work-based learning, such as an Apprenticeship
• part-time education or training if they are employed, self-employed or volunteering for more than 20 hours a week.
The following options are avaliable to children today:
increasing this has put into effect many changes to help reduce these costs. The occurred changes have effected how the care is provided to the elderly. This has increased Medicare and provisions on long-term care with promoting assisted living or home care options. It is speculated that because of these concerns the quality of care provided to the elderly may be jeopardized and costly.
agencies involved in safeguarding in schools are, social services, police, NHS, Brekfast clubs.
There intentions are the same but there roles are completely different. Social services role is to make sure that all children are in a happy family enviroment also making sure that they are healthy and that there parents can cope with the childs development stages. Also if a child is off school for a long time or if they keep arriving late to school a teacher will report it to them so they can make a…
Audit of Home Improvement Retailors
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Dr. John Laski
This paper attempts to contribute to the study and understanding of the phenomenon of globalization and its interplay with Greece national politico-economic, cultural and technological structures. The paper draws on these findings to examine the role of political economy and domestic institutions in the communication of the hegemonic dialogue of globalization. Using a variety of well recognized sources, the paper will present brief information regarding Greece…
University of Sunderland
Faculty of Business and Law
‘Sustainability within National Parks.’
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The Chapter begins with the new school year and scout finding school just as boring as last year, however there was a bright spot now she got to walk home with her brother, Jem. One afternoon while they were walking home Jem tells Scout about the night he went back for his pants and found them folded and stitched. Jem expressed concern about the fact that someone was watching them and could be reading his mind but Scout reassures him saying no one could know what he was going to do. As…
can provide for psychological needs | | 9 | 2 |
Intergrated whole (will, mind, body and spirit) | | 9 | 2 |
Three stages of obedience | | 10 | 2 |
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Five different modes…