Successful Aging - 2nd ed

This home-study course describes the best ways to age healthfully and improve your patients` quality of life at any age, including tips on how to cultivate a youthful attitude, safeguard against stress and chronic illness, improve dietary and exercise habits, maximize memory and beef up energy, enhance financial security, and live a long and rewarding life.
Manufacturer: Biomed Books

Hour 1

  1.    Aging Well Is Your Choice
  2.    Cultivating a Youthful Attitude
  3.    How to Make the Most of the Body You’ve Got

Hour 2

  1.    Safeguarding Yourself Against Serious Stress
  2.    Making the Most of Your Mind and Memory

Hour 3

  1.    Celebrate Your Social Life
  2.    Firm Up Your Finances

Hour 4

  1.    Searching for Your Spirit
  2.    Enjoying Your Life


Learning Objectives

  1. Describe how seniors can live a healthy active lifestyle.
  2. Identify ways to safeguard against stress.
  3. Discuss techniques for enhancing concentration and memory.
  4. Describe the health benefi ts of spirituality, love and friendship.
  5. Discuss the relationship between financial security and a healthy, happy old age.
Products specifications
Instructor M. O'Brien, M.D.
# of Pages 163
More Information About This Course: Successful Aging Accreditation PDF
Contact Hours: 4
NCBTMB Contact Hours 4 (Not Approved for NY)
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