RIGHTS OF THE ELDERLY

The older people still have fundamental and innate rights as people. We must demand that we be respected and report any conflicting situation. To do this we need to know what they are. According to the UN, older people have a right to live with dignity, independence, self-realization, participation and care they need. Living with dignity: access to a full life, quality, without discrimination of any kind and respect to mental and physical…

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Thanks Caregiver

Today, you caretaker, we go one step further. Beyond listen, advice, motivate, sustain you and accompany you, we want your role as caregiver is recognized as a great work. Your daily work of dedication, proximity, effort and unconditional, has great human value. According to the Royal Academy, an “illustrious and famous for his exploits and virtues” person is called a hero. For us, you, caretaker, you are a hero. We decided to…

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Rights of the Elderly

The United Nations established that from sixty any person is considered elderly and should enjoy special rights. In 2002, US issued the Law on the Rights of Older Persons. As elderly: You a useful and able to have full and independent living person The ideal place to live is one where you lived most of your life, surrounded by your family; recourse to a nursing home is the last option. To not…

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Rights of Grandparents

What are the rights of the Ancients? Human rights are universal, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, and belong to all human beings, including the elderly. They are established in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenants. Rights of the Elderly The United Nations established that from sixty any person is considered elderly and should enjoy special rights. You, as the elderly: It is a useful and able to have…

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Rights at Stake

The rights of the elderly can be divided into three categories: protection participation image Protection refers to physical, psychological and emotional safety of the elderly in regard to their particular vulnerability to abuse and mistreatment. Participation refers to the need for greater and more active senior’s role in society. The image refers to the need to define a more positive, less degrading and discriminatory about what older people are and can…

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The elderly are entitled to adequate health care

You underestimate disease of the elderly, it is believed that her age is normal to record deficiencies in their health, but they should not suffer, are entitled to medical care; is the responsibility of society and governments seek the welfare of this sector, said a member of the Association of Geriatrics and Gerontology. He stressed that ideally people to live as healthy as possible in order that in old age their skills…

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Special activities for the elderly

Normal activities can become more difficult to make as they get older our body and mind. There are specific activities that the elderly can easily make and enjoy. Sometimes a simple walk to the park or watch the sunset can be wonderful for older adults. Activities that require greater participation may help to improve their physical and mental health. Storytelling Documenting stories in a voice recorder is an activity that allows elders to…

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Therapeutic activities for the elderly

The elderly often experience a reduction in mobility due to age which does not mean they have to remain inactive. They can stay active both physically and mentally has many benefits for you to enjoy and is an important to help them enjoy their lives and encourage them to connect with their environment part. Gardening Gardening and plant work can provide a variety of gentle exercises and interaction being very positive…

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