Long Term Care (LTC) Life Challenges

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Elders living in Long Term Care (LTC) face life challenges that are different and unique from their peers in the larger community which include:

  • Acclimating to a facility environment
  • Changes in family structure
  • Decreasing activity level
  • Dependency issues
  • Diet restrictions
  • Expanding support systems
  • Feelings of isolation and loneliness
  • Grieving without friends and family
  • Holiday activities in a restricted setting
  • Lack of family visits
  • Loss of physical function
  • Maintaining independent skills
  • Multiple and simultaneous losses
  • New concerns with privacy issues
  • Pain management in an unfamiliar setting
  • Resident on resident abuse

 

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