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Contracts For Young Adults Living At Home
Disabilty: Most of the younger people in these situations are in personal care homes which can be similar to assisted living. Such people would usually have a significant disability like schizophrenia, history of head trauma, or developmental disability and have no caregiver to live with. ...Read more
Are there any programs in u.S. To help young adult aspbergers patients master skills for healthy living? Health, socialization, self care, work, etc?
Yes: Most all very serious, long standing or non-curable, genetic, even uncommon conditions have support groups and links for help. Are we not blessed and cursed with the age of the internet and technology? Start with aspergersyndrome. Org. ...Read more
What is the right age for a child to move out of parents home? Is it wrong for a 20 year old to still being living at home. She has a job and helps out but wanted to know if there is an age that is not good for a adult child to live at home. She is planni
18-25: 18-25 on average, but of course it depends on multiple factors. ...Read more
I needcontract with adult child living at home. Both mother and son have extreme anxiety issues, including depression and lack of self-worth.
Whatever the way of living has been, it doesn't seem successful.
Anxiety and depression are hard to bear & hard to live with. Maybe time to take all to a therapist and see what can be done to change things. This does not have to be permanent.
Sometimes one personalone cannot find a better way. The chances improve when a thearpist witha different view joins in. ...Read more
Rare, but happens: Young adults can get focal segmental disease that causes high blood pressure and proteing loss. Other forms of gn also occur. The diagnosis depends on urinalysis and kidney biopsy. Many are treatable but not all depending on type. Obesity can cause gn. Also, drug abuse is more common in younger adults and can cause gn. ...Read more
Yes.: Yes, you don't have to be elderly to stay in assisted living facilities. Some people with illnesses that require some help and supervision can go there especially if they do not have anyone that can help them. It does require some ability to help themselves to some extent ...Read more
Social Impairment: An " insistence on sameness" is one of the hallmarks, an intense focus on a narrow range of subjects, poor eye contact, preference to be alone rather than to be with friends. A relative lack of empathy and interest in others. It is also not unusual for higher functioning autism or aspergers young adults to excel in business, engineering, science, technology, or even entrepreneurship. ...Read more
Oh my, yes!: Irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) is a condition associated w/ abdominal discomfort, altered stool pattern, & among others accompanying nausea, bloating, gassiness. Often improved by stooling, ibs is defined by changes in perception of gut distension, motility, sensation. Diet & emotional stress play significant roles here in such patients. Need to rule out first inflammation, ischemia, & infection. ...Read more
Hip Pain: Hip pain in young active adults can be variable causes. Apophysitis or apophyseal injury are possible btw 18-22 year olds. Also labral changes, femoral acetabular impingement, avascular necrosis, synovitis, inflammatory arthritis, muscle strains, hernias, referred pain from pelvis or genitalia, infectious joint injury especially from sexually transmitted disease. ...Read more
Viral/Bacterial: Cardiac infections can be viral (bad luck) & bacterial coming from another infection sending bacteria into blood stream (sepsis). IV drug users inject bacteria directly into blood. Even skin infections can become sepsis. But any pneumonia, GI infection (diverticulitis) AsWellAs procedures that enter blood stream like IV site. Never ignore infection, antibiotics can freq prevent this complication. ...Read more
It is rare: There are rare forms of early-onset Alzheimer's disease that run in families. These forms of Alzheimer's disease are usually cause by mutations in one of three genes. People with these mutations often develop Alzheimer's disease in their 40s and 50s. Families with multiple people suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease may wish to consider genetic testing. ...Read more
Presbyopia: Is the process that occurs as all of us get older. In it the lens becomes less able to change focus for near objects. Additional lens power is required as time goes on. Consequently, the ability of the younger person to thread a needle is lost. As we grow older, objects at infinity are clearer. ...Read more
Most are Hodgkin's: There are a few aggressive T-cell lymphomas in older teens, but the large majority of lymphomas in the group are Hodgkin's. ...Read more
Age doesn't matter: Thalassemia is an inherited condition; if you have it, you're born with it. The frequency doesn't change with age. It's more important where your ancestors are from. Thalassemia is common in Southeast Asians, African-Americans, and persons from around the Mediterranean Sea. If you come from these areas it's more likely you have it than if you're from Northern Europe, but still not really likely. ...Read more
Societal mores: There is a trend in modern generations for more sharing of work between the two partners in a marriage. And many more women work outside the home, sometimes being the only source of income. The fathers now do more child care, more household chores and function more as partners. Some are lucky enough to be able to do much of their work by internet at home as well. ...Read more
I Disagree: When living with someone else such as your parents or a roomrate, common courtesy rules apply. I would discuss it with your parents and decide after that. I know that in my home, I expect people visiting to respect the " rules" about things, such as smoking, guests etc. ...Read more
Spondylosis means: Degenerative changes of the spine that occur primarily with age but can be accelerated by other factors such as smoking, deformity, obesity to name a few. Genetics can also play a role. Trauma has been shown to accelerate changes including whiplash. Disc surgery will accelerate the process as can a fusion leading to adjacent level changes. ...Read more
Skin care: To keep your skin looking young use sunscreen always, gentle cleansers, sunglasses and hats. ...Read more
No clear answer:
This is such a complex question depending on the person's needs/drug history/use etc.
Have someone with experience at treating substance abuse do a screening interview to figure out the best way of this individual. ...Read more
Hypoglycemia: Probably not but you MUST eat regularly and enough! ...Read more
HOW YOUNG?: For adults no matter the age the treatment for anxiety would include a thorough evaluation to determine any medical or physical causes then therapy, relaxation techniques, meditation, exercise, good sleep hygiene, healthy eating habits, reduction of alcohol and caffeine. Consider depression and then may need medications like anti depressants or anxiolytics. ...Read more
Fibromyalgia can aff: Although a thorough medical evaluation is indicated to rule out other causes for the symptoms, fibromyalgia can be present in the young adult population and is best treated by a sensitive team familiar with the different treatment options. In this way symptoms can be effectively managed so as to support both function and quality of life. ...Read more
Everything does: All of our experiences affect our lives. It depends on the care provided in the foster home, how long the child was there, and most importantly - how the child views the experience. Living in a foster home isn't ideal but happens when a home environment isn't safe or nurturing for a child. Children who live in foster homes often go on to be happy and healthy throughout their lives. ...Read more
Yes: If the exposure was in adolescence it would affect brain function. This would not, strictly speaking, cause "retardation" since brain is already developed. "as mad as a hatter" comes from the fact that hatters, at one time lined their hats with a lead treated head band. Read the mad hatter's tea party in alice in wonderland. Lead caused madness is real. ...Read more