Summarize (in 1 pages) key findings from your Survey of Mental Health Services.

Order DescriptionUnit 2WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT # 1.1 .Survey FindingsSummarize (in 1 pages) key findings from your Survey of Mental Health Services.Offer any analysis interpretations insights which you found interesting or surprising.Were there any obvious gaps in needed services? If so what would you recommend?2. Health TopicsNational Institute on Aging. National Institutes of Healthwww.nia.nih.govClick onto Health and Aging.Then Click onto A-Z Health Topics Index.Select TWO for reviewFrom the Required Reading: A-Z Health TopicsSelect two topics which interest you for review.Create a Summarizing Report which highlights key information about the two health topics. Total: about 2 pages which include both Health Topics.WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT # 2Topic: A Training Proposal Developing Cultural Sensitivities and CompetenciesIn response to a projected growth of a culturally diverse Older Adult population who may need Senior Care services your local community has invited you to submit a training proposal on Developing Cultural Sensitivities and Competencies.In about 3 pages please address the following components in your proposal:The city is BOSTON MASS and its a LARGE cityPart A:Identify your target audience (e.g. religious civic senior centers).Briefly describe your communitys geographical area and population (e.g. rural suburban large city). Is your community already culturally diverse?Part B:What Cultural Characteristics will you address?Identify specific components you will include.Provide your rationale for the above.WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT # 3Topic: Spiritual Challenges and OpportunitiesBased upon your personal observations and experiences as well as our Study Notes and Readingsplease respond (in about two pages) to the following two questions:1. What are the top three or four Spiritual Challenges facing our current Older Adult population? Discuss your reasons for selecting these particular challenges.2. In speaking of the Spiritual Opportunities of Aging Father McKevitt asserts that viewing the world from the edge of life can be a unique time which offers gifts and opportunities only available in old age.How do you interpret his assertion?