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This course will focus on normal development and life transitions of the older adult and their families. The course concentrates of primary and tertiary prevention, building on concepts studied in Health & Healing I. Students will learn about normal age related changes as well as complications associated with aging. They will be applying their knowledge to healing actions in the practicum setting.
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