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outline the medical model of dementia
Weegy: The medical model sees the individual as the problem. They need to adapt to fit into society and if they can't they will be sidelined and isolated. The social model sees that society needs to change to accommodate individuals. [ It recognises the person rather than the illness/disability. ] User: outline the effects that reduced mobility may have on an individual's well being Weegy: When an individual loses their mobility they tend to lose confidence. They start to think of themselves as someone useless who isn't worth much and their start to have all sorts of pessimistic thoughts. [ They may not want to go out as much anymore because they feel as if the whole world is pitying them and that causes their self-esteem to go lower. It is very important to let them know they still have some independence. We can help when needed but it is best to let them take control of what they want to do, that way they don't feel depressed. However, take in mind that every person will react to a situation like that differently. While some may accept it, others will be in a hard denial so each action and word said to them must be thought of before saying something that could hurt their self-esteem. Make sure that they don't develop any pessimistic thoughts and most of all don't let them feel worthless, let them know they can still take control over their life. Most importantly, make sure they accept their situation, that way they can feel good and have more control of what happens to them. ] (More)
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describe what is meant by physical disability
Weegy: A physical disability is any impairment which limits the physical function of one or more limbs or fine or gross motor ability. [ Other physical disabilities include impairments which limit other facets of daily living, such as respiratory disorders and epilepsy. ] (More)
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