Confusion in the Aged


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1990, 29 Minutes

Confusion in the Aged deals with the types and causes of confusion that can be experienced by older people. The program links together a number of real and fictional situations and interviews with experts in the field of intellectual deterioration and confused behaviour to provide a clearer understanding of confusion and its causes, including the special needs of older people from language backgrounds other than English.

Produced by Alfred Street Productions on behalf of Film Australia for the Department of Community Services and Health.
© 2011 National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.



Directors/Writers:Peter Smith, Mark Logan

Year: 1990

Running Time: 29 Minutes

Classification: G

Curriculum Links: Nursing - Aged Care; Dementia Studies; Geriatrics; Gerontology.


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SKU 198960000
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