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Q: outline the impact that the attitudes and behaviours of others may have on an individual with dementia
A: its importatn to follow guidelines in place for mr bloggs dementia otherwise he can feel excluded if people arent giving him time to follow his conversations through which in turn will affect his self esteem. [ some people forget that dementia is a hidden illness therefore they forget to give him time to take in what is happening or give him any explantions. ]
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User: outline the impact that the attitudes and behaviours of others may have on an individual with dementia

Weegy: its importatn to follow guidelines in place for mr bloggs dementia otherwise he can feel excluded if people arent giving him time to follow his conversations through which in turn will affect his self esteem. [ some people forget that dementia is a hidden illness therefore they forget to give him time to take in what is happening or give him any explantions. ]
jher000|Points 7720|

User: define mobility

Weegy: mo?bil?i?ty? ? noun 1.the quality of being mobile. 2.Sociology . [ the movement of people in a population, as from place to place, from job to job, or from one social class or level to another. mobility [m???b?l?t?] n 1. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Physiology) the ability to move physically a handicapped person's mobility may be limited mobility is part of physical education 2. (Sociology) Sociol (of individuals or social groups) movement within or between classes and occupations See also vertical mobility, horizontal mobility 3. (Social Welfare) (Law) time that a resident of a secure unit is allowed to spend outside the unit, as preparation for an eventual return to society ]
paral|Points 2734|

User: define mobility

Weegy: mo?bil?i?ty? ? noun 1.the quality of being mobile. 2.Sociology . [ the movement of people in a population, as from place to place, from job to job, or from one social class or level to another. mobility [m???b?l?t?] n 1. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Physiology) the ability to move physically a handicapped person's mobility may be limited mobility is part of physical education 2. (Sociology) Sociol (of individuals or social groups) movement within or between classes and occupations See also vertical mobility, horizontal mobility 3. (Social Welfare) (Law) time that a resident of a secure unit is allowed to spend outside the unit, as preparation for an eventual return to society ]
paral|Points 2734|

User: define mobility

Weegy: mo?bil?i?ty? ? noun 1.the quality of being mobile. 2.Sociology . [ the movement of people in a population, as from place to place, from job to job, or from one social class or level to another. mobility [m???b?l?t?] n 1. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Physiology) the ability to move physically a handicapped person's mobility may be limited mobility is part of physical education 2. (Sociology) Sociol (of individuals or social groups) movement within or between classes and occupations See also vertical mobility, horizontal mobility 3. (Social Welfare) (Law) time that a resident of a secure unit is allowed to spend outside the unit, as preparation for an eventual return to society ]
paral|Points 2734|

User: explain how different health conditions may affect and be affected by mobility

Weegy: A vast range of disabilities and conditions can result in mobility and physical difficulties, which may impact on access to learning. [ Some of the most common on-going or permanent conditions result from muscular and skeletal disabilities and from on-going medical conditions which affect mobility. Some disabilities may be more ?seen? or evident than others. The following information and examples are general and may be more relevant to individuals with some disabilities and conditions than to others. The lists are not exhaustive. Some examples of disabilities and conditions which can have an impact on mobility are: Back and neck problems, accidents or injury leading to long term disability, arthritis and any other condition affecting the joints, amputation, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, partial or total paralysis, cerebral palsy and head injury. Other conditions such as respiratory and cardiac diseases, epilepsy, diabetes, cancer and AIDS can all have an impact on co-ordination, dexterity, strength, speed and stamina. It is important to note that the difficulties listed will vary greatly from person to person, even if they have the same condition/disability. The effects can also vary from day to day Stamina (due to disability/effects of medication/pain) ? Fatigue ? Drowsiness ? Chronic weakness ? Memory difficulties ? Difficulties with studying for extended periods of time without rest/breaks/movement ? Poor concentration levels and speed of processing information ? Poor concentration levels and speed of processing information Overall Wellbeing Both mobility and physical difficulties, and regular or constant pain can impact on an individual?s overall sense of wellbeing. Some people may be affected at times by low-self esteem and self confidence, and motivational difficulties ]
funkpunk8624|Points 30|

User: outline the effects that reduced mobility may have on an individual's well- being



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