[vc_row][vc_column width=»2/3″][us_image image=»990″ size=»full» align=»center»][vc_tta_tabs][vc_tta_section active=»1″ title=»Introduction and Objectives»][vc_column_text]Improvements in health and lifestyle have led to an increase in life expectancy. This means that there is a need for professionals who can pay quality attention to the elderly using a model that focuses on the individual. Since people are living longer, they should be given the opportunity to live their later years to the fullest.

The main objective of the Elderly Care and Entertainment course is to provide theoretical and practical training in the field of gerontology that prepares for different types of elderly care. It pays special attention to the area of entertainment and activities, since the spaces that were previously overseen by healthcare professionals—because elderly people were simply seen as people who needed access to healthcare resources—are now open to the reality of a participative society; a society for all ages in which specialised activity coordinators for the elderly are coming progressively to the forefront.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=»Content»][vc_column_text]1. ELDERLY CARE – A STUDY ABOUT AGEING

1.1 Gerontology
1.2 The Ageing Process
1.3 Social Attitudes about Old Age

2. HEALTHY AND ACTIVE AGEING

2.1 Active Ageing
2.2 Health Promotion
2.3 Retirement
2.4 Leisure and Free Time in Old Age

3. OLD AGE AND SOCIETY – RETIREMENT HOMES

3.1 Retirement Homes
3.2 The Elderly in Retirement Homes
3.3 What Actions Are Taken with the Elderly in Retirement Homes?
3.4 Abuse of the Elderly

4. COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR GERONTOLOGISTS

4.1 Characteristics of the Communication Process
4.2 Do Verbal Language Skills Change with Old Age?
4.3 Guidelines for Improving Communication with the Elderly
4.4 Alternative and Augmentative Communication

5. THE FOUNDATIONS OF ELDERLY ENTERTAINMENT

5.1 Entertainment for the Elderly
5.2 The Elderly Entertainer
5.3 Old Age: A Theoretical Approach
5.4 Characteristics of the Ageing Process
5.5 Old Age, Retirement and Free Time
5.6 Perspective of Gender in Old Age
5.7 Planning and Organisation of Entertainment for the Elderly

6. PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR THE ELDERLY

6.1 Entertainment and its Relationship with Promoting Active and Healthy Ageing
6.2 The Elderly Entertainer as a Promoter of Elderly Health
6.3 Activities: the Elderly Entertainer’s Level of Involvement
6.4 Assessment of Conditions for Implementing the Activity
6.5 Physical Activity within Entertainment for the Elderly
6.6 Supporting Elements for Physical Activity
6.7 Risk Prevention for the Elderly

7. ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTING MENTAL AND SOCIAL WELL-BEING IN THE ELDERLY

7.1 Psychosocial Activities for Promoting Active and Healthy Ageing
7.2 Negative Stereotypes and Self-stereotypes of Ageing
7.3 The Elderly Entertainer
7.4 ICTs for the Cognitive and Social Development of the Elderly
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