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Systematically addresses the following five areas with each of the three age groupings: Age Characteristics ,Communication, Age-Specific Care, Nursing Considerations, Safety Need.
Discusses the following age groups:
- Early Adults (20-29 years)
- Young Adults (30-45 years)
- Middle Adults (45-65 years)
- Older Adults (65-80 years)
- Elderly (80 and over)
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