Grandmother Eunice is an 85-year-old woman living in a four-bedroom home that she shared with her husband who died several years ago. She had three children who passed away in a tragic road accident a few years ago and has been alone since then. At this time, she can no longer take care of herself. Recently, Grandmother Eunice has wandered from home. She ran out of her medications and was having trouble refilling them. The social workers assigned to her for monthly visits are not offering any meaningful help. A few days ago, Grandmother Eunice was robbed of her groceries and funds because she forgot to lock her door that night. Life is becoming too dangerous for her, and she needs help with her activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) to keep her safe. From your experience about long-term care and Grandmother Eunice”s condition, prepare a comprehensive, personalized resident care plan to meet her needs. Your plan should be simple, comprising of a list of services that you think she needs, the resources available to her, and government policies that she can lean on to empower her and improve her quality of life. Write a 3-page resident care plan that addresses the following areas: Introduction The problem (think about the aging process) and the importance of addressing the problem Assessment (psychological, social, cultural, and emotional needs) Physical and medical needs (Medicare and Medicaid and other social programs) Functional and financial issues Legal and ethical issues (autonomy, decision making, and paternalism) Address abuse and neglect issues Evaluation of plan using SWOT or PESTLE analysis Use the following template: Unit 5 Assignment. Deliverable Requirements At least 3 pages that address the list above Your plan should include at least 5 references. Submitting your assignment in APA format means, at a minimum, you will need the following: Title page: Remember the running head. The title should be in all capitals. Length: 3 pages minimum Abstract: This is a summary of your paper, not an introduction. Begin writing in third person. Body: This begins on the page following the title page and abstract page and must be double-spaced (be careful not to triple- or quadruple-space between paragraphs). The typeface should be 12-pt.