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1. Hanley Center patients from the Baby Boomer generation are entering treatment with this overall number of medications taken on average.
2. This class of drugs is the most frequently prescribed to the Baby Boomer patients that Hanley Center is seeing.
3. The author suggests that the growing presence of these disorders in patients ages 50 to 65 might be related to poly-drug and illicit drug use.
a. Bipolar disorders
b. Anxiety disorders
c. Sleep disorders
4. Baby Boomer patients entering treatment present this obstacle at the outset.
a. A distrust of medical professionals
b. An expectation that they will be instantly cured
c. A lack of interest in holistic treatment approaches
5. Hanley Center generally recommends this length of stay for patients in the “young older adult” age group.
a. 30 days
b. 45 days
c. 90 days
6. Hanley Center reports that this type of therapy has proven more effective with Baby Boomer patients than with adults over 65.
a. Group therapy
b. 12-Step oriented approaches
c. Individual therapy
7. Hanley Center has found that its family program of this duration has contributed greatly to recovery in the target population.
a. Three days
b. Five days
c. Seven days
8. The presence of this type of substance use in the Baby Boomer population distinguishes this group from the older generation.
a. Prescription opioids
c. Illegal drugs
9. Which of these factors is
not specifically cited as a possible explanation for Baby Boomers reverting to previous patterns of illegal drug use?
a. Attempts to cope with loss of youth
c. More available leisure time
10. What percentage of Baby Boomer patients leave their primary care physician's office with a medication prescription?