Write a term-paper on a condition, situation, scenario specific to a stage in the life-span (ex. Crises, aging, “failure to launch”, marriage/divorce, empty nest, sandwich generation, etc.).

Write a term-paper on a condition, situation, scenario specific to a stage in the life-span (ex. Crises, aging, “failure to launch”, marriage/divorce, empty nest, sandwich generation, etc.) The term paper must be typed with 1” margins, double spacing and a 12 point Times Roman font. The paper should also include a reference list. A minimum of five references must be utilized. The American Psychological Association format must also be utilized for the paper. The paper should be between four and six pages in length (not including cover page, abstract, references, exhibits, etc.). The paper must be submitted through Canvas in order for the paper to be uploaded to Ouriginal®; Ouriginal® is an automatic text-recognition system made for detecting, preventing and handling plagiarism. Students can review the Ouriginal® website to obtain additional information regarding the plagiarism checking process –https://www.ouriginal.com.The following guidelines will be utilized to grade the paper:12 Acceptance of assignments after due dates is at the sole discretion of the course instructor and Dean.13 Such an administrative withdrawal may be counted as a course attempt and the student is subject to withdrawal from the program if at the time the student had an estimated course grade below a “C”. The course attempt and withdrawal from the program is at the sole discretion of Jersey College.This syllabus is intended as a guide and is subject to change as needed.10GuidelineDescriptionPointsContentProvides substantive and relevant development of ideasProvides logical, accurate, and sufficient level of detailDemonstrates an in depth understanding of the ideas in theassigned reading and critically evaluates/responds to thoseideas in an analytical, persuasive manner.Has appropriate references65%OrganizationCreates a clearly identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion.Provides unified paragraph structure–each paragraph develops only one central idea.Utilizes APA format20%LanguageIncorporates appropriate medical terminology, avoids irrelevant and redundant words, phrases and other distracting information and has appropriate spelling;Avoids errors in sentence boundaries such as fused sentences and sentence fragmentsAvoids plagiarism; uses paraphrase and quotes skillfully5%Presentation • Clear and logical 10% • Creative and interesting• Effectively relies information