October Changes

Thus, this study is destined to evaluate it the occurrence of activities of continued education, that can enable to the technician of nursing in Aged Institutions of Long Permanence to – ILPI? s for the assistance in the cases of emergency with aged. THEORETICAL REFERNCIAL Throughout the life the human being passes in such a way for changes in the corporal structure, how much physiological. Since early these modifications they happen, but when we arrive at the adult age and we pass to a third age, these modifications pass to be perceived with bigger clarity. The statute of the aged one, law 10,741, of October of 2003, destined to regulate it the rights assured to the aged people, considers aged the people with equal or superior age the 60 years (ALMEIDA et al., 2005). The aging is defined as universal, cumulative, that it becomes irreversible, gradual and changeable, not-pathological a process, characterized for the increasing loss of functional reserve. In consequence morphologic alterations, physiological, psychological biochemists occur and, becoming the individual most inclined to adoecer, what it increases its possibilities of death (MOSQUE et al., 2009). When we age we try normal and waited changes, but the probability of the appearance of diseases increases with the age, because these changes become in them more vulnerable some illnesses.

The question of the aging is something that already if made gift in most remote history, either as searchs for the formula of the perpetual youth, associated with the full happiness, or as constant concern of the man in all the times. In the last one decade, such question comes despertando bigger social and scientific interest, over all had to the increasing population aging that comes in such a way occurring in the world-wide scope, as in Brazil (ARAJO et al., 2006). Brazil tried between 60 years 40 and a significant decline of mortality, remaining itself it fecundidade in sufficiently high levels, producing almost-steady population young with fast growth.