Chapter 4 notes
Chapter 4 notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lexi Spencer on Wednesday February 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months taught by in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views.
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Date Created: 02/10/16
Leisure and Well Being Well being 1 Individual vitality 2 Able to engage in activities that are meaningful giving us a sense of competence and autonomy 3 Having resources to be resilient during change even when circumstances are out of our control Life span born develop mature grow older die 0 avg lifespan almost 79 women higher than men Core plus balance consistent core activities we do variety to balance the core what we are in leisure today is based on what we were yesterday and how we will be different tomorrow 0 Core things that occupy most people for most of their lives greatest amount of our free time easily accessible and low cost 0 ex TV video games socializing reading playing cards 0 Balance variety of pastimes that change over time shift as we age 0 ex certain sports toys playgroundsparks Bingo Domains Leisure can promote development and maintain functioning in all domains 0 Physical Cognitiveintellectual o Emotional Social Spiritual Cthhood Play quotthe business of childhoodquot 0 Development of motor control and physical competence Normal growth muscle mass bone density body fat 0 Help children learn to express and cope with emotions Explore fears anxieties and views of self image 0 Learning life lessons from fairy tales Develop language skills convergent problem solving one right answer and divergent thinking intellectual exploration thinking in different directions 0 Children move through stages of social play 0 Nonsocial play infant to 1 year 0 Solitary play infant to 1 year 0 Onlooker play 2 years 0 Parallel play 23 years 0 Associative play 45 years 0 Cooperative play 67 years Adolescence Most physically active of all groups Physical leisure activity is often important in adolescent identity Developing autonomy independence in thoughts and actions ability to govern self Formation of an identity Teens explore and express identities through leisurerelated activities Leisure plays a role in teaching social roles and expectations Leisure helps teens practice skills needed in adult roles Competition negotiation interpersonal skills teamwork cooperation respect successfailure Increased intellectual abilities o Sophisticated literature Writing Art Chess Music Actingplays OOOOO Adu hood Fewer strenuous high risk activities less time and energy have obligations already done those things Continued physical activity can maintainincrease bone bass maintain healthy jointstendons affect depression and anxiety increase lifespan Can help people nd and establish a new identity Transitioning from social and economic dependence to independence Realworld simulations Age 3545 quotdeadline decadequot 0 Career changes 0 Married with children Stable noncompetitive predictable patterns of life The 505 quotreintegration periodquot reevaluate ourselves
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