Death, Loss, Grief

  1. Maturation Loss is?
    A form of necessary loss and includes all normally expected life changes across the life span
  2. A form of necessary loss and includes all normally expected life changes across the life span is?
    Maturation loss
  3. Sudden, unpredicatable external events; for example a car accident that prohibits one from going back to work of school is?
    Situaltional loss
  4. Situational loss is?
    A suddent, unpredictable event, such as a car accident, that prevents you from returning to work, school, etc.
  5. Actual loss is?
    Occurs when a person can no longer feel, hear, or know a person or object. Examples include loss of body part, death of family member, loss of job
  6. This for of loss occurs when a person can no longer feel, hear or know a person or object (loss of job, loss of feeling a limb, loss of family member)?
    Actual loss
  7. This form of loss is uniquely defined by the person experiencing th eloss and are less obvious to others. Examples of this would be rejection by a frien or loss of self-confidence?
    Perceive loss
  8. Perceived loss is?
    A loss uniquely defined by the person experiencing the loss: loss of friend, loss of self-confidence, rejection from others
  9. The ultimate loss - final (caridopulmonary standard or whole brin standard) loss is?
  10. This is the emotional response to a loss, manifested in ways unique to an individual, based on personal experiences, cultural expectations and spiritual beliefs?
  11. What is grief?
    It is the emotional response to loss - mainfested in ways unique to each individual or to each unique experience, cultural expectations and spiritual beliefs
  12. This is the most common reaction to death. It is a complex response that takes a person through stages to include emotional response, cognitive response, social/physical/behaviroal and spiritual response?
    Normal grief
  13. What is normal grief?
    The most common reaction to death. It goes through stages of grief to include emotional/cognitive/social/physical/behavioral/spiritual
  14. The grieving person has a prolonged or significantly difficult time moving forward with their lives after loss to include disruption in routine, disbelief loss has occured, and yearning for loved one to return?
    Complicated (Dysfunctional) Loss
  15. What is complicated dysfunctional loss?
    When a grieving person has difficulty believing loved one is gone, has difficulty functioning and moving on with their life, and a continous yearning for loved one to return
  16. The unconscious process of disengaging before the actual loss or death occurs, especially in situations of prolonged or predicted loss is called?
    Anticipatory loss
  17. What is anticipatory loss?
    It is grieving before the loss: disengaging in the person, especially in situations like cancer, HIV or terminally ill diseases where the family/loved ones know their loved one will be dying soon
  18. When a persons relationship to the deceased person is not socially sanctioned, cannot be openly acknowledged, publically shared, or seems of lesser significance...this is called?
    Disenfranchiesed grief
  19. What is disenfranchised grief?
    When a person cannot openly grieve for the loss of their loved one because it is not sanctioned, it is not acknowledge publically, and is not shared or seems to be a lesser a significance
  20. Kubler-Ross's Stages of dying include the following stages?
    • Denial stage - acts as though nothing happened
    • Anger stage - anger twd God, situation, others
    • Bargaining stage - suchions and postpones awareness of the loss trying to will it from happening
    • Depression - realization of the loss occurs
    • Acceptance - finds ways to move forward
  21. Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance is whose stages of greiving/mourning loss?
    Kubler-Ross's stages of dying
  22. Bowlby's Attachment theory of dying include the following phases?
    • Numbing - protects person from feeling loss
    • Yearning/searching - tears/sobbs/acute distress from loss
    • Disorganization/despair - examines loss/expresses anger
    • REorganization - person begins to accept change/loss
  23. Numbing, Yearning/Searching, Disorganization/Despair, and Reorganization/Acceptance is whose theory on greiving/mourning loss?
    Bowlby's Attachmenet theory
  24. Worden's Grief Tasks Model include the following tasks?
    • Task 1 - accepting loss
    • Task 2 - working through pain/grief
    • Task 3 - adjustment to loss
    • Task 4 - emotionally move on with life
  25. Task 1 - accept loss, Task 2 - work through pain and grief, Task 3 - adjust to loss and Task 4 - emotionally move on from loss is whose theory on grieving/mourning loss?
    Worden's grief model
  26. What is the dual process model?
    • This model defines the everday life experiences of dealing with grief:
    • phase 1 - recognize/accept loss
    • phase 2 - react/recognize/accept loss
    • phase 3 - reminiss
    • phase 4 - maintain connection/form new
    • phase 5 - readjust/reinvent
  27. What influences loss and grief?
    • human development
    • personal relationships
    • nature of loss
    • coping strategies
    • socioeconomic status
    • culture and ethnicity
    • spiritual and religious beliefs
    • hope
  28. The prevention, relief, reduction or soothing of symptoms of disease or disorders throughout the entire course of the ilness, including care of dying and bereavement follow up for the the family is called?
    Pallative Care
  29. The philosophy and a model for the care of terminally ill clients and their families is called?
    Hospice Care
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