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A Study on the Perceived Health Status, Activities of Daily Living, Depression for the Elderly at Nursing Homes

이석희, 구자풍, Wang Jung San, 김홍래, 배영숙, 임재길, 이정숙, 김년준, Chung Nak-Soo,
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이석희 ( Lee Suk-Hee ) - Changwon College
구자풍 ( Koo Ja-Pung ) - Sarang Hospital
 ( Wang Jung San ) - Yongin University
김홍래 ( Kim Hong-Rae ) - Hyoja Geriatric Hospital
배영숙 ( Bae Young-Sook ) - Yeoju institute of Technology
임재길 ( Yim Jae-Gil ) - Gachon University of Medicine and Science
이정숙 ( Lee Jung-Sook ) - Dongju College
김년준 ( Kim Nyeon-Jun ) - Pohang College
 ( Chung Nak-Soo ) - Shingu University

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to investigate perceived health status, activities of daily living and depression of the elderly in nursing facilities and to identify correlations among them. The collected data is to improve healthy life for the aged people in communities. This study was performed by using of questionnaire which was consisted of perceived health status, activity of daily living(ADL) and depression. The survey was conducted by 180 aged people at nursing homes. The results of perceived health status show that 64.9% of elderly feel very bad or bad, 61.6% of elderly have a degree of independent level of activity of daily living(ADL) and 48.6% of elderly have a degree of depression. There were statically revealed meaningful correlation between ability of activity of daily living(ADL) and perceived health status, ability of activity of daily living(ADL) and depression. This study about connection among perceived health status, activity of daily living(ADL) and depression is necessary for number of the affiliation function of elderly at nursing homes and development of intervention programs concerned about depression are necessary.

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ADL; depression; elderly; nursing home; perceived health status

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