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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THf inmifllUC.r HEBAID thvnctay, Ap'il 6, 1977 ust ivii'.i.-f ;ind t MUMC, s; mm! V.'hv tin-. By JUOE TURK HeraM Slciff Writer UK; local upMairs tavern has wet 11-. i In- I'n'.eriru', of HIP ac.e some mny llnnk becoming and most, appropriate. on'l think I need anyone lo loll mo I can the yellow fluid they provide and sit in ho allowed lo clap my hands, share a ,n be confined to silting in one spot not I'm a potential Iratfic cant lo be vised in the enjoymenl nf v.ill allow the person a fnrni of niiaxation. fi-Min ilu- ordinary day and the ordinary people, lets-talk lypc of evening. a! moods, tfood company, and liquid refresh- rilnnil a more boisterous and much lc.ss and expects thai 4- Surgery common at doll hospital CAUiAllY fCin Trans-; The couple have fixed voice plants ore common nl this lios- boxes from dolls UinL arc three anus, even beads days old In Ilinju years old. and, most commonly now, voico ''II depends on how Hie child boxes. i.s laugtil to lonk after his It's (lie Calgary Doll Hospital, where a little girl's broken fa- vorile can lie mended "go'xl AS Mrs Lamonl suid. Tlie unil consists of who work wilh tlie older j status of being old.1' he said, groups, the behavior and out- "In a society dedicated to ra- said Dr. Schonlicld, 'fusing, with children trying to "is not so urgent, not so rapidly do luo much fur thuu; thinps aroused." .they like to do Ihemselves, even The drive is Ihei'e but to a though slow and cJtitnsy. lesser CMleiit. Often a sick role is "Some annoyances present in by the elderly iii aclunl- thc younger person, become l ity is a means of jirovidintj a topic of conversation. Activity is a topic of thr 1 young, with sickness its place with the elderly, he said. I Ls needed is a "non- slop denial of the continuation problems-of the aped out o[ Al- beit a. broke the doll. "I just wanted to see what it would they tell Mis. La- I mont. Being a specialist hi llus type of is often a sevcn-day-n- wcck business, cspc daily around Christmas. less annoying, and ncv; annoy- ances replace former he said. Similarly new pleasures re- place old ones which are no longer available (o the oldrr person and "a reduction in en- of the sick-role." he -said. ergy reduces the old amusn- Dr. Schonfield concluded that mcnts." the role of the nurse was to pro- Tn present day society, the i vide service to Vbe well and tag old is synonymous with bad. I sick aged, and help to gel the "Because of (his, we lend to I with the middle age world's f- Golden Mile Senior Citizens' Centre Monday: Keep lit, a.m. Tuesday: Singing, a.m. Bridge, p.m. Mccling for homeowners interested in grants for small repairs to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday: Singing, a.m. Coming Events: Rummage sale on Saturday, April 22 at 10 a.m. Entertainment, lunch and dance will be held Friday April 26 at 8 p.m. Just send us your name andaddress and we'll mail you a few free copies oMhe Monitorvjitnoul obligation. THE SCIENCE NTOMItiit love 'is... n K.HC c fOJ WNiO when avoid criticizing his rela- tives. look variations arc apparent, and the "individual differences are enormous." HELP IS NEEDED In general terms, he said, (here is an increased interac- tion of the biological, sociologi- cal and psychological effects of aging in the human being. Dr. Schonficld called for an end to "treating aging as a terminal disease." Becoming old is a matter of facing the greater probability of needing help from others" in order to lead a full life, he said. He added that there is a need for workers in this field of help- big others Lo case social prob- lems. Dr. Schonficld elaborated on the specific aspects which af- fect the aged, beginning with the difference in perception and performance. Slowness and age have be- come associated, but few con- sider the evidence of time al- lotted to the task to be per- formed ai a part of the overall picture. The lime limit allotted often becomes emotionally upsetting to the older person, he said, and the effect of worrying about gelling it done affects perform- ance. Older people should be "al- lowed to pace themselves in performing at their own speed." CHANGE IS HAIID t Dr. Schonfield explained that many difficulties arise as the elderly atlcmpl to begin new' "Initiation of a nev: percep- tion takes longer as we fjct. old- he said, "there is a delay in becoming attuned1" The aged take a longer per- j iod of time to adjust from a preoccupying activity to the in- troductiun of a new one. The problem of performance I in the elderly is also extended. to the learning of a new activ- ity. "The older person often gives up .said Dr. Schonficld, "as he becomes disheartened But in order lo rehabilitate, tho professional must not sliov; appointrn o n t uhcn "one or more Hi an one situation, one action, 01" one question over- taxes the limited capabililies of the older person.'1 The inability to carry on an action and comprehend in.struo Lion for n movo in (lie future i.s a difficulty brought on by loss of short iiR-moiy. "The is said Dr. Schonficld, "but re- trieving it [torn storage in the memory banks becomes more difficult as V.P, got older." PEIISONAUTY CHANGES With a change in perception comes a change in personality, prejudice and mot KM I inn of the cldciJy, in favor of the oldn person. J "The motivation of Ihc older J pid change, the accumulation of wisdom has pone he j said, "and it ends up wilh a worship of the new and young." I FAMILIAL VIEW A view of the aged from Ihc point of the family rather than society, brings a different per-1 spectivc. The important reason behind tlie difference is thai know our own'" "We know they enjoy life, are interesting ar.d have a sense of said Dr. Schonficld. The elderly sick are attended to by the family, but, the elder- j ly well often find (heir role con- I LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Sports Draw Winners April 1, 1972 FIRST PR1ZE- W. H. HOPWOOD 814 12 Si S. Lethbridye, Alln. SECOND PRIZE- DEAN OUAN 630 5lh SI. S. Lethbridge, Aha. THIRD PRIZE- GERRY WEVERS Cily Plumbing Lethbridge, AMa. FOR ALL THE FAMILY All the newest styles for Spring .See them soon! for IADIES LA VALLEE SELBY EASY GOERS GOLD CROSS a HEEL HUGGER for TEENERS t WILD WOOLIEY O'OMPHIES ROSITA SHINDIGS for CHILDREN SAVAGE BUSTER BROWN CLASSMATE for MEN MACFARLANE GALE HARTT SAVAGE 'oe GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET SOUTH OPEN AH DAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Till 9 P.M grow the way with a low-cost Personal Loan How would you like to grow? A new home, A car, furniture, a vacation? Discuss your plans with a ID Bank Manager first. Let him arrange a personal loan to suit your needs. He might be able to make it easier on the budget you expected. EXAMPLES OF OUR REPAYMENT PLAN OTHERS AVAILABLE TO FIT YOUR NEEDS Amount o( of loan life Insurance) Call in and ask a bout a low cost personal loan to make your dreams come TD way! TORONTO DOMINION tho bank where people make the difference ;