Well Elder Project
She has no plans about where and how she wants to live out the remaining years of her life other than “right where she is now”. I have to say that was extremely concerned with her Brick wall she has built around the concept of aging and dying. I do not think that my elder has accepted the fact that the only guarantee in life is that everyone will eventually die. She has also not come to terms with God and is not sure if she even believes in God, even, hell, reincarnation, afterlife, or any of those sort of things.
Explain which developmental tasks your client has met or not met: My client has maintained a close, supportive, loving relationship with her spouse. (l did not talk to her about sex. I felt that was intrusive) did learn that they still sleep in the same bed because she says he snores really loud. They have had issues adjusting to life on a limited income, her husband like to buy stuff and if they don’t have the money he charges it.
They both seem like they are able to perform all the Dad’s necessary for day to day life. My elder is even able to match her clothes really well considering her poor eyesight and does so without the help of her husband. My client has difficulty accepting the facts of life. Describe possible reasons specific developmental tasks have not been met: think my client has trouble meeting certain developmental tasks as she ages because she is not ready to accept the fact that death is inevitable.