本篇代寫essay-老年人濫用酒精講了據觀察，不瞭解酒精濫用對老年人健康的負面影響是造成老年人酒精濫用習慣的主要原因之一。因此，新西蘭酒精諮詢委員會(ALAC)、新西蘭老齡問題協會(Age Concern New Zealand)和ACC等政府機構在全國範圍內開展活動，通過發佈信息小冊子、新聞摘要、傳單等方式提高老年人對酒精濫用的認識。本篇代寫essay文章由新西蘭第一論文 Assignment First輔導網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
In the former essay, it has been discussed that largest proportion of alcohol consumers in New Zealand belongs to the age groups of 65 to 74 and 75+. There are more than 6000,000 older people belonging to age groups of 65 to 74 and 75+ currently consumers alcohol within the nation and it is anticipated that within 2023 this population could exceed 1 million (McCrady, 2017). Hence, for obvious reasons, alcohol misuse among older New Zealanders is becoming a significant threat for public health within the nation. There are several approaches and policies adopted within the nation so far to resolve the social issues associated with alcohol misuse among older people. Some of the examples are given below:
It has been observed that unawareness about the negative health impacts of alcohol misuse among older people is one of the major causes for their habit of alcohol misuse. That is the reason, government operated institutions like Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand (ALAC), Age Concern New Zealand and ACC operate within the nation to enhance awareness of older people about alcohol misuse through issuing information pamphlets, news highlights, leaflets, etc (Ayuka et al., 2014). The basic aim of these organisations and their activities is to develop a better awareness among older people, their family members and caregivers about the negative impacts of alcohol misuse. The information promoted by these organisations are majorly based on some specific themes, such as vulnerability and low tolerance power of older people to negative health impacts of alcohol, impacts of alcohol on physical and mental health at older age, guidelines for older people about safe drinking limits, information about cure and rehab services, etc (Stevenson et al., 2015).