this assignment is for phyllis young

This should be a very simple assignment for you.  I am getting you to do it because I have a problem doing conclusions.  THIS ASSIGNMENT IS A ONE SLIDE CONCLUSION!!!!!

 

YOU NEED TO INCLUDE A PICTURE ON THE SLIDE.  ALSO MAKE SURE YOU CITE THE PICTURE AND THE DETAILS ON THE SLIDE AS WELL AND HAVE A REFERENCE LIST. 

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This assignment technically is meant to be a public service announcement on powerpoint.  The only thing I lack is the conclusion. IT NEEDS TO BE A ONE SLIDE CONCLUSION IF YOU CAN GET IT ON ONE SLIDE.   I need you to do a 5 point well rounded conclusion from the outline that I am presenting to you and make as many speakers notes comments as you need to portray what you are saying.  Try to be very to the point on te speakers notes where there doesn’t need to be lots but enough to portray the message.

 

Please see, How to Create the Perfect Public Service Announcement

“Create a script and keep your script to a few simple statements. A 30-second PSA will typically require about 5 to 7 concise assertions. Highlight the major and minor points that you want to make. Be sure the information presented in the PSA is based on up-to-date, accurate research, findings and/or data”, (Bell, 2010).

 

 

Treatment of dementia

Dementia – WHEN IT  TRIES TO STEAL YOUR GLORY, WE  WILL HELP YOU TELL YOUR STORY

WHAT IS DEMENTIA?

A decline in mental ability

severe enough to interfere with daily life. 

The Demographics – Age of sufferers

Who is Sufferiing

A Growing Disease

Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Baby Boomers

What’s to Come

Learning Disabilities and Down Syndrome

The demographics – Number of sufferers

Younger-Onset

Around the World

Developing Countries

Growing Cost

 

Tell-tale signs of dementia

Do you know someone who has become forgetful, beyond their usual standards?

Do they suffer short term memory loss; having difficulty remembering important life events?

Have they lost interest in things they once loved?

Have they become directionally disoriented, and have a declined sense of judgment?

Lifestyle changes

Simplify the environment, “declutter.”

Make lists.

Don’t try to “multi-task.”

Socialize – recruit friends and family

Maintain a regular routine

Find resources and care partners for people with Dementia

 

 

Helping a loved one

Remember the person is more than the disease

Meet your loved one in the now

Communicate with your loved one 

The disease is responsible for his or her personality and mood changes

Be educated about the disease

Reason to act now

The following video tells of the importance of how advanced planning helps to care for a loved one with Dementia

THE DEMOGRAPHICS

Who is Suffering

A Growing Disease

Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Baby Boomers

What’s to Come

Learning Disabilities and Down Syndrome

Dementia is a disorder where a person starts  have memory and communication problems. When some hear of dementia they think of Alzheimer’s Disease, which is a from of dementia, and one most doctors diagnose. Dementia is becoming a growing disease within the baby boomer generation. According to “Alzheimer’S Society” (2016),“Research conducted for Dementia UK: second edition shows that, in 2013, there were 815,827 people with dementia in the UK (Alzheimer’s Society, 2014).  773,502 of these people with dementia were aged 65 years or over.” (para. 3). These numbers around the world may only increase with each generation maybe even doubling. Those who have learning disabilities or down syndrome may be more acceptable to dementia.

 

 

Younger-Onset

 

Around the World

Developing Countries

 

Growing Cost

The older population is not the only population suffering from dementia, it also can affect the younger generation. People younger than 65 years of age can suffer from dementia, known as younger-onset. Dementia also affects different race and ethnicity groups. There is a growth of dementia and cost, and this has its affects around the world. Especially in countries where the older population keeps growing. These increases will probably show up in places where countries are developing. According to “Alzheimer’S Disease International” (n.d.), “Much of the increase will be in developing countries. Already 58% of people with dementia live in low and middle income countries, but by 2050 this will rise to 68%.” (para. 1).