Meeting the needs of our clients creatively the impact of art and culture on caregiving death value and meaning series. The focus of the patient visit across the trajectory dynamically shifted to meet the holistic needs of the patient system there was an emphasis on quality of life through death and into bereavement this was evidenced in a clinic visit with a daughter who cared for her elderly father. If we do not learn about the influences that cultural groups have had on our mainstream history and culture we are all missing out on an accurate view of our society and our communities as you think about diversity it may be helpful to envision the kind of cultural community you want to build. A commentary inside the community of caregiving lets research how well research impacts caregiving aaas were created with that purpose to serve older adults in our communities meeting the needs of older adults varies greatly from meeting the needs of the family caregiver two different clients means two very different approaches. Start studying culture and ethnicity chapter 9 learn vocabulary terms and more with flashcards games and other study tools the invisible value belief system of a particular culture is often the major driving force behind visible practices schedule treatments around a clients need to pray at certain intervals
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