Compare and contrast the following in terms of description and implications for older adult learning:
short-term memory and long-term memory;
episodic memory and procedural memory;
declarative learning and nondeclarative learning;
semantic memory and prospective memory;
free recall and supported recall;
memory trace and cognitive reserve.
What are the critical elements to consider when developing written educational materials for older adults?
Explore alternative methods of community mobility recommended for the older adult.