Activity and the Elderly

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Activity and the Elderly

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Doing crossword puzzles can decrease the risk of developing dementia.

2 / 10

Most elderly people are just not physically or mentally able to participate in activities.

3 / 10

ADL's are important, but should not be considered actual activities.

4 / 10

Reading, cooking, and playing board games are all examples of mental activities.

5 / 10

When doing activities with clients who have dementia, you should:

6 / 10

Pressure ulcers and depression can develop as a result of inactivity.

7 / 10

Volunteering is good for the community but has no real therapeutic benefit.

8 / 10

It's okay to suggest religious or church-related activities to your clients if they are open to it.

9 / 10

Activities with children should be limited to 1-2 hours at a time.

10 / 10

It may be easier for you to do everything for your clients, but doing this can create an unhealthy __________ on you.

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