The instructions and vignette are attached References to be used There is no p


The instructions and vignette are attached
References to be used
There is no page certain page number due but all the questions have to be answered in detail.
Barnett, J. E., & Quenzel, A. P. (2017) Innovating to Meet the Needs of Our Aging Population. Practice Innovations, 2(3). Retrieved from the Presentations section of this course under Module 1.
Gawande, A. (2017, October 13). “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End” | Talks at Google. Retrieved February 07, 2018, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mviU9OeufA0
American Psychological Association. (2013). Older adults health and age-related changes: Reality versus myth. Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/pi/aging/resources/guides/older.aspx (You can also find the pdf version of this reading in the presentations section under module 2).
Williams-Reade, J., Freitas, C., & Lawson, L. (2014). Narrative-informed medical family therapy: Using narrative therapy practices in brief medical encounters. Families, Systems, & Health, 32(4), 416-425. Retrieved from Google Scholar *Click on the pdf extension to the right of the results list
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California Board of Behavioral Sciences. (2013). Statutes and regulations relating to the practice of: Professional clinical counseling, marriage and family therapy, educational psychology, clinical social work. Retrieved from http://www.bbs.ca.gov/pdf/publications/lawsregs.pdf [NOTE: This document is approximately 240 pages in length, and you will not read the entire document. Instead, it is included here for reference, and will be used for one of this week’s discussion topics].
Chen, E. A., Twomey, M. S., & Whittier Eliason, S. (2012). The national Center on Elder abuse: Helping America’s elders to live with safety, dignity, and independence. Generations, 36(3), 103-105.
Rath, L. (2012). Advancing the field: The Archstone Foundation elder abuse and neglect initiative. Generations, 36(3), pp. 100-102.


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