by Hammond, Hammond .
Written in English
|Contributions||Wick, Ralph E.|
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|Number of Pages||328|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hirsch, Monroe J. Vision of the aging patient. Philadelphia, Chilton Co.  (OCoLC) Document Type. The book does a good job of pointing out the need for ministry for Seniors. It provided some new ideas for how to minister to caregivers, and those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's. All throughout the book the authors make the point that Seniors have much to /5. The aging ophthalmology patient population can present a vivid study in contrasts between physician and patient. have the visual variant. In these cases, the initial manifestation of the disease involves trouble with their vision. These patients present with vague complaints, Dr. Katz said, such as blurred vision, difficulty reading, or. The National Library Service (NLS) is a free braille and talking book library service for people with vision impairments or physical disabilities that prevent them from holding traditional books. The free service works through local libraries that mail the NLS talking or braille books and magazines.
page 2 vision loss in aeria Aging And Low Vision tiiig introduction Our vision can deteriorate with age, but vision loss is not a normal part of aging. Approximately 1 in 28 Americans age 40 and olderi are robbed of their sight by low vision, defined as visual impairments that are not correctable through surgery, pharmaceuticals, glasses, or contact lenses. They are a natural part of the eye's aging process. But if you suddenly see more floaters than normal, along with bright, flashing lights, see your doctor of optometry immediately. This could be a sign that you have a tear in your retina, and it could detach. This should be treated immediately to prevent serious loss of vision. Loss of side vision. Although small, the macula is the part of the retina that allows us to see fine detail and colors. Activities like reading, driving, watching TV and recognizing faces all require good central vision provided by the macula. While macular degeneration decreases central vision, peripheral or side vision . Previous Next 1 of 8 Cataracts and other age-related vision problems. As you age, so do your eyes. You might find that you have difficulty reading small .
Are we ready for the opportunities and challenges facing the aging church? Now is the time for the church to offer ministry to its increasing numbers of seniors and to benefit from ministry they can offer. In this book James M. Houston and Michael Parker issue an urgent call to reconceive the place and part of the elderly and seniors in the local church congregation. A trusted guide to the conditions and problems faced when evaluating and treating geriatric patients; Extensive coverage over 84 chapters, each written by an expert in the field; Includes imaging, vision and the aging ear; Cross-referenced - providing the complexity and inter-relatedness of co-morbidities common to aging patients. "With A Vision for the Aging Church, Drs. Houston and Parker challenge the church to reimagine its ministry by and to seniors, encouraging the church to embrace and honor the contributions that can be made by its senior members while more effectively ministering to their needs. The book provides an important bridge between the scriptural imperatives which must drive the church's senior mission. The future of aging could look radically different than the experiences people have today. A future of Life sciences and health care organizations should begin taking steps today with this vision for in mind. There are many ways to get there, but some of the most critical steps can be to adopt patient device data, claims, and.