Adult groups repository

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Category: Ebony
Emerging evidence indicates that museum object handling sessions offer short-term benefits to healthcare participants. This study aimed to further understand psychological and social aspects of object handling in mental health inpatients. Session audio recordings were subjected to thematic analysis. The first four were congruent with literature associated with positive wellbeing and engagement outcomes but the fifth was a new finding for group contexts. Limitations include the relatively small sample and variable week-to-week group attendance.

Museum object handling groups in older adult mental health inpatient care

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Also known as "Census Income" dataset. Extraction was done by Barry Becker from the Census database. Rakesh Agrawal and Ramakrishnan ikant and Dilys Thomas. Bianca Zadrozny. Learning and evaluating classifiers under sample selection bias. Neural Computation,

Older adult students in their first year at university: Challenges, resources and support

We meet to share our experience of growing up in an environment where abuse, neglect and trauma infected us. This affects us today and influences how we deal with all aspects of our lives. ACA provides a safe, nonjudgmental environment that allows us to grieve our childhoods and conduct an honest inventory of ourselves and our family—so we may i identify and heal core trauma, ii experience freedom from shame and abandonment, and iii become our own loving parents. If you identify with any of these Traits, you may find a home in our Program.
Improvements in outcomes for older adults sustaining burn injuries have lagged far behind those of younger patients. As this segment of the population grows, there has been an increasing interest in better understanding the epidemiology and outcomes of injury in older adults. We aimed to characterize specific injury and outcome trends in older adult with burns through analysis of the NBR. We examined the records of all patients in the NBR aged 55 and older. To characterize age effects on injury and outcomes, patients were stratified into three age categories: 55 to 64 years, 65 to 74 years, and 75 years and older.