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Title: 影響長者入住安養機構意願之研究-以基隆市單身獨居就養榮民為例
Other Titles: A Study on the Influence of Elderly Willingness to Stay in Nursing Institutions: A Case Study of Caring for Veterans Who Live Alone in Keelung City
Authors: 李廣華
Contributors: 黃庭鍾
Keywords: 安養機構;榮民;榮民之家;入住意願;nursing institutions;veterans;Veterans Homes;willingness to stay
Date: 2023
Issue Date: 2023-08-31T08:30:29Z
Publisher: 經國管理暨健康學院;健康產業管理研究所
Abstract: 近年我國「少子化」及「高齡化」這兩大問題已是不可忽視的國家重大議題。這兩大問題有交互影響性,因「少子化」造成年長者家庭無多餘人力照顧,而「高齡化」又加劇原有已不足的家庭生產力必須分出部分人力來照顧年長者,除了加大家庭的經濟負擔也削減了家庭經濟生產力,且家庭照顧者大多未受過專業照護訓練,無法提供專業照護服務。本研究主要是想以質性訪談方式,深入了解年長者為何不願入住安養機構,寧願在家中孤苦無依,也不願接受專業照護的原因探討。
Under the lower birth rate and aging society are the two major critical issues in recent years and cannot be ignored in Taiwan. Above two problems interact with each other, because of the lower birth rate would cause the shortage of manpower for taking care the elderly in their families, and the aging aggravates the already insufficient family productivity. Because part of the manpower must be allocated to take care of the elderly, in addition to increasing the financial burden on the family, it also reduces the economic productivity of the family, and most of the family caregivers have not received professional care training and cannot provide professional care services. The purpose of this study is to adopt qualitative interviews to gain an in-depth understanding of the reasons why the elderly is unwilling to live in nursing institutions, prefer to be alone at home, and are unwilling to accept professional care.
This research selects the single and dependent veterans who currently live in Keelung City as the research object. This study also checked the computer database of the Veterans Service Office of Keelung City on November 15, 2022. There are only 4 veterans living in the home; after explaining the reasons for the study and obtaining the definite consent, the researchers conducted in-depth interviews individually to understand the reasons behind their reluctance to live in the Veterans Home. Through these in-depth interviews, the goal of this research is to understand the reasons why these elders are unwilling to live in Veterans Homes. Through their honest thoughts, you can make concrete and actionable suggestions to address their concerns and increase their willingness to enter residential care. At the same time, these suggestions can also help relieve the stress and burden of family caregivers.
This study summarizes the analysis of the interview content of the interviewees, and it can be seen that they have some rejection and worries about living in the Veterans Home. They value autonomy, comfort, and maintaining an existing lifestyle, and don't want to be restricted or restricted. At the same time, they also rely on social support systems, such as neighbors, community leaders, and family members, which provide emotional care, practical help, and resources. Caregiving, medical services, privacy and freedom are at the forefront of their concerns. Therefore, providing personalized services that meet the needs of the elderly, establishing a good social support network, and improving the sense of participation and autonomy of the elderly will help overcome the elderly’s repulsion of living in nursing institutions, thereby increasing their willingness to move in and enabling them to obtain professional and appropriate care. care to enhance their quality of life and well-being.
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