Psychology Of Old Age

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This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of psychology of old age and understand elderly needs with ease.

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Are you interested in learning about the psychology of older age adults? Do you want to know better about their needs, goals and to understand them with ease?  

Whether you are building your professional career as a carer or a psychologist, or you want to learn how to care for your elderly relative in your own home, you are in the right place.

In this course you will take 23 informative lectures where you will find out many interesting aspects:

  • What is Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and what is the difference between the two
  • How we stereotype older people and how it affects them
  • What is developmental psychology
  • Substance abuse in older people
  • How to improve health in older age
  • When is it too late to exercise and eat healthier

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn about ‘old age’ psychology
  • Anyone who is interested in various topics related to psychology
  • Anyone who is planning their career in psychology
  • Anyone who is looking after the elderly and would like to learn theories of old age

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned the psychology of old age and understand elderly needs with ease.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

About Your Tutor

About Your Course

What Is “Developmental Psychology”?

What Is “Gerontology”?

What We Consider As “Old Age”

What Is “Ageing” And How It Happens

Common Stereotypes Of Older People

Life Stages And Theories

What Do We Look Forward To In Our Older Age?

Memory-Related Issues

Learning Disabilities

Alzheimer’s Disease And Dementia

Chronic Illness And Disabilities

Substance Abuse (Addictions)

What Is “Quality Of Life”?

Loneliness Factors In The Elderly Population

Coping With Grief And Bereavement

“Mild” And “Severe” Depression

Fear Of Dying (Death Anxiety)

The Effects Of Exercising

Is It Worth Eating “Healthy” In Older Age?

What Else Affects “Health” And “Wellbeing”?

Caring For Older People

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