Subjective well-being of elderly people in a social care home in the process of participation

Ineta Robiņa

Abstract


Elderly people feel isolated from their former living place and they need social pedagogical support in the course of integration in a social care home. The integration of elderly people in a social environment is made more difficult because of the possible necessity of participation in the social life. The theoretical analysis has resulted in doing research on the theoretical content of the process of aging as well as in defining well-being and participation indicators. The research has been done in order to broaden the participation possibilities in a social care home, and as a result of the integration process to achieve the elderly people’s subjective well-being.

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Elderly people; participation; social care home; well-being

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2013vol2.545

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