Theoretical Underpinning Case Study The answer should have good theoretical underpinning drawing on the appropriate theories/issues of communication and should not be just a repetition and description of facts that are contained in the case study.
There should be evidence of an in-depth examination of relevant issues with supporting evidence from the case. There should be evidence of logical development of arguments. Older adults with mild dementia are at an increased risk of falls. Preventing those at risk from falling requires complex interventions involving patient-tailored strength- and balance-challenging exercises, home hazard assessment, visual impairment correction, medical assessment and multifactorial combinations.