Case Scenario Three: Chuanli Lee is an 92 year old Asian male who is widowed and lives with his son, Chung and daughter in law, Ah Lam. He has been admitted to hospital for excision of a tumour on his right calf. The wound has become infected and he is on IV antibiotics. He refuses to eat the hospital food and his family visit frequently to provide him with meals. They are also insistent on providing all personal care and often question the quality of the wound care. Staff are frustrated by these actions. In relation to this scenario consider and discuss the perspectives of Chuanli, Chung, Ah Lam and the ward staff and possible courses of action from these perspectives. Be sure to discuss and evaluate the theories and beliefs about ageing that may shape the beliefs and attitudes of the different people involved. In doing this analyse the manner in which age is intersecting with other social categories in this scenario. Also, include a discussion of the physical and biological changes that may have an impact on Chuanli. Assignment structure 3000 words. Introduction 250-300 words. Conclusion 250 -300 words Use the case scenario from your project presentation to address the following Learning Outcomes: 1. articulate the influence of social determinants of health, such as housing, income, belonging, transport and other community and social elements relevant to the diversity within Australia’s ageing population; 2. demonstrate an understanding of the national legal and policy frameworks (Australia) relevant to ageing and their relationship to international trends; and 3. demonstrate a developing capacity to analyse policies and practice frameworks regarding the prevention and management of complex and chronic diseases for the diversity of ageing populations in Australia. In particular, discuss the manner in which social determinants of health and ageing may impact on the current situation. Provide a critical analysis of three relevant policies ensuring that you include the overarching frameworks of Person Centred Care and Active Ageing.