1. Identify a person in “late adulthood.” The person must be at least 65 years o

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1. Identify a person in “late adulthood.” The person must be at least 65 years of age or older. They may be a family member, but this is not required.
2. You must develop questions related to EACH stage of development: (infancy/toddlerhood-late adulthood). (There is a helpful chart to follow on page 6 of your textbook). The questions asked in the interview will become part of the final paper and therefore, do count as part of the page requirement. You will have a question/answer section of the paper which will include ALL of the questions and answers.
3. The questions will focus on the physical, cognitive, social and emotional dimensions of the person’s life experience. In specific, you will need to have one question from each of the dimensions for each stage of the lifespan (infancy and toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, and late adulthood. This is a total of 28 questions.
4. Your paper will include the person’s name, place of birth, ethnicity, gender, family origin and a detail summary of the interview.

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