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Stages of Death and Dying



Denial - This is the “No not me” stage, which usually occurs when a person is first told of a terminal illness. The person cannot accept the reality of death or the person feels that loved ones cannot accept the truth.
Anger – This occurs when the person is no longer able to deny death and may strike out against others or become hostile or bitter. Statements like “why me?” are common.


Bargaining – The person has accepted death but wants more time to live. He/she may make promises to God for more time. The will to live is very strong at this time and patients fight hard to achieve goals.
Depression This occurs when the person realizes death will come and he/she will no longer be able to be with his/her families or be able to complete some of his/her goals. He/she may experience overwhelming despair and/or great sadness.
Acceptance This is the final stage.

The person has accepted the fact that

he/she will die and may begin to help others

around him/her deal with his/her death.



SAMPLE: Stages for Growth and Development Outline

INFANCY (Describe main characteristics)

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development





EARLY CHILDHOOD

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development






LATE CHILDHOOD

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development




ADOLESCENCE

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development





EARLY ADULTHOOD

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development





MIDDLE ADULTHOOD

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development





LATE ADULTHOOD

Physical Development



Mental Development



Emotional Development



Social Development






LIFE STAGES

Identify the life stage in which each process is most likely to occur.




  1. Puberty _______




  1. Death of spouse _______




  1. Choose to be with peers _______




  1. Beginning of drug abuse _______




  1. Bowel and Bladder control _______




  1. Menopause _______




  1. Learning to walk _______




  1. Most rapid growth _______




  1. Prime childbearing time _______

10. Anorexia/bulimia _______



GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

MATCHING EXERCISE



Match the definitions in the right column to the words in the left column. Place the correct letter beside the number in the left column.
___1. Adolescence A. Refusal to eat, usually seen in adolescent females

___2. Alzheimer’s disease B. Commonly called a stroke
___3. Anorexia nervosa C. Life stage with most conflict
___4. Arteriosclerosis D. Stages of growth and development
___5. Bulimia E. Episodes of binge eating followed by purging

___6. CVA F. Happens in mid or late adulthood with memory loss

___7. Infancy G. A buildup of fat in the arteries
___8. Late adulthood H. Cessation of the menstrual cycle in middle adulthood

___9. Life stages I. The bones become porous and

brittle

___10. Menopause J. Beginning of sexual development earlier with girls than boys

___11. Osteoporosis K. Ages birth to one year
___12. Puberty L. Begins at age 65
Infancy and

Childhood


  • Accidents and injuries









  • Malnutrition




  • Failure to thrive




  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome







  • Communicable diseases
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