CHW Midterm 2

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CHW Midterm 2
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  1. Physical
    • Promotes participation in daily activities for cardiovascular endurance, muscular strengthening and flexibility
    • Encourages participation in activities contributing to high-level wellness and healthy lifestyle habits
    • 1. Aerobics
    • 2. Arthritis Aquatics
    • 3. Dance Fitness
    • 4. Walking Group
    • 5. Fall Prevention
    • 6. Health Screenings
    • 7. Home & Personal Safety
    • 8. Balance & Agility Class
    • 9. Breathing Techniques
    • 10. Nutritional Education
  2. Emotional
    • Emphasizes an awareness and acceptance of one’s feelings.
    • Reflects the degree to which an individual feels positive and enthusiastic about one’s self and life.
    • 1. Stress management
    • 2. Counseling
    • 3. Journaling
    • 4. Support Groups
    • 5. Community Socials
    • 6. Music Therapy
    • 7. Creative expression
    • 8. Mindfulness activities
  3. Social
    • A humanistic dimension, emphasizing the creation and maintenance of healthy relationships
    • Encourages the pursuit of harmony with the family and community
    • 1. Holiday Parties
    • 2. Happy Hours
    • 3. Socials
    • 4. Bingo Night
    • 5. Poker Night
    • 6. Sports
    • 7. Wine Tasting
    • 8. Concerts
  4. Spiritual
    • Involves finding meaning and purpose in human existence.
    • Involves developing a strong sense of personal values and ethics.
    • 1. Bible Studies
    • 2. Chapel/Religious Services
    • 3. Meditation Class
    • 4. Nature Connection
    • 5. Spa Services
    • 6. Relaxation Class
    • 7. Gardening
    • 8. Exploration
  5. Intellectual
    • Promotes the use of one’s mind to create a greater understanding and appreciation on oneself and others
    • Encourages individuals to expand their knowledge and skill base
    • 1. Workshops
    • 2. Memory Stimulation
    • 3. Computer Classes
    • 4. Book Club
    • 5. Wellness College/CE
    • 6. Celebrate the Arts
    • 7. In the News
    • 8. Brain Aerobics
    • 9. Armchair Travels
    • 10. Cooking Class
    • 11. Travel
  6. Vocational
    • Emphasizes the process of determining and achieving personal and occupational interests through meaningful activities
    • Encourages goal setting for personal enrichment
    • Positive attitude about personal and professional development
    • 1. Volunteer Work
    • 2. Resident Council and Committees
    • 3. Ambassador Program
    • 4. Retirement Planning
    • 5. Mentoring
    • 6. New Hobby:
    • a. Computers
    • b. Photography
    • c. Arts-n-Crafts
  7. Environmental
    Ways to use the environment for wellness, as well as eco-friendly products, services, processes and design which contribute to a healthier world
  8. Three levels of prevention
    • primary
    • secondary
    • tertiary
  9. Primary prevention
    • actions and interventions designed to identify risk and reduce susceptibility or exposure to health threats prior to disease onset (general health promotions)
    • i. School screenings for scoliosis
    • ii. Education in support of good health
    • iii. Interception of agents and conditions
    • 1. Accident prevention
    • 2. immunization
  10. Secondary Prevention
    • early detection and treatment of disease in early stages to prevent progress or recurrence (prevent advancement)
    • i. Concussion screening for someone who has already had one
  11. Tertiary
    alleviate the effects of disease and injury- already have disease and reduce comorbidity or how to live with it (chronic or irreversible disease)
  12. Two models of practice
    Biomedical Model, Biopsychosocial Model
  13. Biomedical Model
    • good health is the freedom from pain, disease or defect. It focuses on physical processes that affect health, such as the biochemistry, physiology and pathology of diseases
    • ii. It does not take social or psychological factors into account 
  14. Biopsychosocial
    • model look at biological factors when assessing and treating patients, just like users of the dominant model do. They also look at other areas of patients’ lives
    • 1. More holistic- looks at the whole person
    • ii. Psychological factors include mood, intelligence, memory and perceptions
    • iii. Sociological factors include friends, family, social class and environment
    • iv. Supports mind-body connection

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