Normal Aging


In the movie Grumpy Old Men, the main character, John (Jack Lemmon), and his lifelong friend Max (Walter Matthau) personify what it means to be grumpy grandpas. John and Max are both retired widowers who live mostly sedentary lives but enjoy fishing and socializing with family and friends. The characters they play suggest that the tendency to be moody or a grumpy grandpa is a normal part of aging, when in fact, it is not. However, there are some common occurrences as one ages that may impact the ability to participate in everyday activities.





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Aging is a Gradual Process

Aging is a gradual process that begins at birth and continues throughout one’s lifespan. Yet, there are numerous misconceptions about illnesses and what is deemed normal as you age. This course debunks this ideology and will help you differentiate normal and expected occurrences when caring for an elderly loved one or client who is aging.

This course will you equip you with the skills and confidence to provide the very best care for your loved one or client.

Who this course is for:

  • Home Caregivers
  • Nursing Assistants
  • Family Caregivers
  • Non-Medical Home Caregivers
  • Companions

Benefits of Taking this Training

The Normal Aging course includes over 30 minutes of training video, a training booklet, downloadable infographics, and a practice test.

Everything is available digitally to you, with access on-demand, anywhere, anytime.

You can complete the course from the comfort of your home using your mobile device – and you will earn a certificate of completion after taking the final quiz at the end of the course.

Keep the level of care that you provide at a consistently excellent level, by enrolling in Caregiver Support Services- Normal Aging Training Course today!



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