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Sussex Healthcare – Helping Adopt New Activities that Would Benefit the Residents

With so many people suffering from mental health issues such as dementia or any other kind of neurological disorder, having a team of professional care providers around full-time is a blessing. It is the service Sussex Healthcare offers in Sussex area and has its facilities in East and West Sussex. The company has a team of in-house care providers that are professionals in their respective areas of expertise, whether it is psychiatry, psychotherapy, or any other niche. The infrastructure of Sussex Healthcare homes is also designed to provide complete relaxation as well as well-being experience to the members. All of the residents can enroll in their choice of activities that interest them. It gives them an opportunity to learn in a safe environment.

As the care homes of Sussex Healthcare are HQS and ISO certified, you can be sure that you have nothing to worry about when it comes to the quality of services offered. Sussex Healthcare also has their training academy, where all the nursing and care professionals undergo rigorous training to ensure that the care providers are able to meet all the specific care based requirements of the members. In the last few years, the company has grown considerably due to the reputation it has been able to build in the care industry. More and more elderly people are enrolling themselves to the care programs run by them and families with members who have disabilities also trust the organization to take care of their members professionally and compassionately.

Sussex Healthcare is currently reviewing its activities for the residents and trying to impart more personal and custom activities for the residents. It will not just be more engaging for the residents, but also the service provider. Trials are already being conducted and getting positive reviews from the residents who are enjoying the change. Regular meetings are held between the residents and the management so that they can provide feedback and offer suggestions on the activities that can be included or excluded in the program. It also gives a sense of community to the residents as the management hears them.

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Jorge Moll Was At The Head Of A Ground Breaking 2006 Study That Has Shed Light On Human Motivation To Help Others:

Jorge Moll is a Brazilian neuroscientist who serves in the role of President-Director at the highly respected D’Or Institute for Research and Education located in Rio De Janiero, Brazil. He is a graduate of Rio De Janiero’s Federal University’s medical school. He embarked on his highly successful career in neuroscience after completing his residency at the same institution. Jorge Moll’s publications in this field are many in number and include works on topics ranging from social behavior in the human species including behavior revolving around moral judgement, ADHD, depression and the human emotions of guilt, embarrassment and shame. Jorge Moll is also a distinguished member of several prestigious scientific societies including the International Neuroethics Society, the Brazilian Academy of Sciences and the Society for Neuroscience.

 

Jorge Moll was the head of a revolutionary study that took place back in 2006. The landmark study, which took place at the National Institute of Health has shed light on some interesting questions regarding the way brain and its physiology has an impact on a person’s moral compass. Jorge Moll conducted the study along with his colleague, neuroscientist Jordan Grafman. The basis of this groundbreaking study was a scan of the brains of those participating in the study while they are given different scenarios regarding giving money to philanthropic organizations versus keeping the money for themselves. The results that the study yielded were very interesting and showed clearly that people experienced activation in the primitive areas of their brains when they did something that benefitted others rather than themselves. This runs contrary to the idea that concepts like morality emanate from a more high system of thinking and may well come from the same areas of the brain that validates more base emotions such as sex or enjoyment of food. The implication is that humans give back to others because it activates the pleasure centers of the brain. There is a further suggestion that Jorge Moll points out from the results of this study. The human concept of right and wrong may originate in these same areas of the brain and may be activated by these same types of actions.