Pastoral Care With Young and Midlife Adults in Long-term Care (Haworth Series in Chaplaincy) by Jackie Sullivan

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Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Health & Fitness,
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Religion - Ministry & Pastoral Resources,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Christian Ministry - General,
  • Medical / General,
  • Health Care Issues,
  • Chronically ill,
  • Church work with the sick,
  • Pastoral care of people with disabilities,
  • Pastoral counseling of

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11143262M
ISBN 100789029421
ISBN 109780789029423

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Residents in a long-term care setting are often dealing with enormous loss. They may have lost their health. Encourage adult children to put their faith into action. The challenges of caring for an aging or ailing parent can be difficult, confusing, and sometimes overwhelming.

But they are not new. Caring for one’s elderly parents is an element of godly living seen in both the Old and New : Dr. Howard Eyrich. Each year, more than 11 adolescents and young adults (AYAs), ages 15 to 34, die of cancer and other life-threatening conditions 1 and the number of youth with chronic and life-limiting conditions is increasing.

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Pastoral Care with Young and Midlife Adults in Long-term Care. Younger adults are the fastest growing sub-population in long-term care (LTC), increasing from 8% twenty years ago to 16% today.

These individuals are a varied group that are characterized by longer stays, additional Medicaid funding, and different psychosocial needs, health concerns, and expectations than their elder cohort.

Pastoral Care with People with Disabilities and Their Families An Adaptable Module for Intro Courses. Bill Gaventa. Preface. The following paper is an attempt to share the outline, topics, and content of an introductory module on pastoral care with people with disabilities and their families.

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What follows is an attempt to make some tentative comments and suggestions - not to offer clear-cut and comprehensive solu tions. The Second Vatican Council opened the way to specialised.

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Parental Divorce Among Young and Adult Children: A Long-Term Quantitative Analysis of Mental Health and Family Solidarity HOLLY UPHOLD-CARRIER and REBECCA UTZ Department of Sociology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA This analysis uses a middle-aged sample (age 35–84, N =2,) to document the long-term effects of parental.

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The PSA is also involved in working with teams of senior adults by mobilizing them for ministry in various capacities. A Lay Pastoral Care Team is a group of people dedicated to supporting people with specific needs.

At a time when our population is aging, caring for older adults is especially relevant. This is an ideal ministry for laity as they often have long-term relationships with older members. And there is a role for people with different skills. The Midlife Crisis. The midlife crisis may happen around age forty-five, give or take fifteen years, and can be triggered by just one thing, but is more often a combination of psychological, biological, sociological, and/or spiritual causes that converge to form the crisis.

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