1.Calculate your life expectancy. Start with the general figure of 74.5 for men and 80 for women, for people born in 2000.
For each grandparent who lived past 80, add 1 year.
For each grandparent who live to 70 but not 80, add 1/2 year.
If your mother lived past 80 add 4 years.
If your father lived past 80 add 2 years.
For each grandparent, parent or sibling who died of heart disease before age 50, subtract 4 years.
For each grandparent, parent or sibling who died of heart disease between 50 and 60 subtract 3 years.
For each grandparent, parent or sibling who died of diabetes or ulcers before age 60 subtract 3 years.
Women: for each sister or mother who died of breast cancer before age 60 subtract 3 years.
If your intelligence is superior, add 2 years.
2.aHow do you imagine you will handle the aging process? Will you follow the Disengagement Theory, Activity Theory or Continuity Theory? Why?100words
b Picture yourself in your late 60’s, retired and healthy.
Name three things you want to continue doing in your late 60’s, and explain why. 100words