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What are some of the possible factors at play in this situation?
Choice A: Robert has a medical condition that affects his sexual desires, is a possibility.
Choice B: Robert is losing his inhibitions about sex, is also a possibility.
Choice C: Mary is too stressed and tired from caregiving, is another possibility.
Choice D: Age-related changes are affecting Mary’s sexual response, is also a possibility. CHANGES OF AGING CAN CAUSE
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What could Mary do to resolve the situation?
Choice A: Gently take his hand and leave the church, is a possible solution.
Choice B: Hand him a hymnal to hold, is another possible solution.
Choice C: Take his hand, squeeze it, and hold it, is a good choice.
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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When starting to plan for the care of someone with dementia, caregivers should do which of the following?
Family members can get involved in caregiving in which of the following ways?
Alternative care options include which of the following?
Which of the following is NOT a part of in-home care assistance?
Which of the following resources does NOT provide support to home caregivers?
Congregate meals offer an opportunity for socialization as well as nutrition at local senior centers.
The goal of hospice care is to provide a cure rather than comfort and support.
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