I don't know if this is what you are looking for, but you might consider one on communication, because in order to provide care you first need to communicate. For example to do a head to toe assesment you will communicate differently with a young child and a teenager or an adult from an older adult with cognitive or hearing deficits. (then give the norms of that, if thats what your looking for.)Try communication through the ages with other things to such as inserting IVs or pre-opteaching, pain assessment and the list can go on, if you think this will work for your program. I hope this helps.
Yes, I agree with jkh. Communication is important. If you haven't heard the one about the nurse doing a respiratory assessment then you don't understand.
P.S. The story is that a nurse was listiing to an older woman's lungs and said Big breaths. The patient replied they used to be.
Communication is one aspect of "Age Specific Care", but do not fail to consider:
*Growth and development stages
*Adult life stages
*Adult learning principles
These and many other foci can enter into the nurse's consideration of how to approach a patient/family with careful attention to the "age specific care" needs that present in the situation.