Resources for Senior Citizens Research Paper by Writing Specialists

Resources for Senior Citizens
This paper describes how important it is for senior citizens to be active members of society and the resources available to them in the Nashville area.
# 92497 | 2,306 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 22, 2007 in Sociology (General) , Aging (General)

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This paper explores options for senior citizen involvement in the Nashville area. The author cites how important it is for seniors to be active in order to avoid many of the emotional problems faced at this stage of life. These issues, such as depression and suicide, are discussed. The author found the activities in her city, Nashville, to be positive options for elders seeking companionship and the opportunity to be active community members.

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"Recent advances in the field of medicine make it possible to live longer than ever before. While a longer life provides the opportunity for seniors to do things that they put on hold while raising families and working, it can also create a feeling of isolation and loneliness. Depression has been reported to be a common problem among the elderly as well as not eating correctly and other issues that occur when a person removes himself from society. The center for national statistics on suicide reports that the age bracket with the highest suicide rate is the group of 85 plus years old(Suicide To combat these and other problems associated with aging it is important for an elderly person to remain active. Whether it is through club membership, senior center activities or volunteering their time, the elderly should continue an active lifestyle as long as they are physically and mentally able to do so. "

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Senior Guide
  • Suicide
  • Senior Citizens Inc.

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