Nursing: building self-esteem in neurotic disorders in the elderly

The prevailing cultural model is simplistic in that it envisions the development of life in terms of beginning, fullness and decay. During aging, older adults can witness their physical and mental deterioration, change society qualifies as poor and dependent, the appreciation of low self-esteem in t...

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Autores Principales: Enríquez Gutiérrez, Giovanna, Nájera Aguirre, Silvia
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: Universidad de Costa Rica 2014
Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/enfermeria/article/view/13786
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/19427
Sumario: The prevailing cultural model is simplistic in that it envisions the development of life in terms of beginning, fullness and decay. During aging, older adults can witness their physical and mental deterioration, change society qualifies as poor and dependent, the appreciation of low self-esteem in them arises. Given the above, this research has as main purpose to promote the participation of the elderly with neurotic conditions for such that population fits your problem, regardless of its nature, and increase their self-esteem. The objective is to provide comprehensive support to older adults and their caregivers to strengthen in order to promote self-esteem of people with neurotic condition to maintain personal autonomy; apart seeks to provide a comprehensive and continuously support for dependents. The planning and development is based on the explanation of the disease, how it affects the balance of your system and how to achieve this need and how the parties of the client system interact inharmony with the entire system. The purpose is to show how you can achieve optimal care of these people in collaboration with the family, helping in the development of their environment, accepting the changes, and adapt and incorporate new circumstances by enriching their self- improvement to restore their well-being and promoteevery area of your life.