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Title: 說故事團體對高齡者老化態度成效之研究
Other Titles: The Effects of Senior Storytelling Groups on Attitudes about Aging
Authors: 曾明珠
Contributors: 徐蓓蒂
Keywords: 說故事團體;老化態度;高齡者;storytelling groups;attitudes about aging;senior
Date: 2023
Issue Date: 2023-08-31T08:30:30Z
Publisher: 經國管理暨健康學院;健康產業管理研究所
Abstract: 背景:隨著科技、醫療進步發展,台灣高齡人口逐漸增多且高齡者的老化態度是決定正負向生活品質的重要因素,如何提升高齡者對老化態度的議題研究?加刻?容緩。
目的: 探討團體說故事融入老年社區據點課程介入對高齡者老化態度影響之成效,並探討說故事團體介入對高齡者老化態度改變之歷程。
With the progress of technology and medical care, the elderly population in Taiwan is gradually increasing, and the attitude towards aging among the elderly is an important factor that determines the positive or negative quality of life. Therefore, it is urgent to explore how to enhance the attitudes of the elderly towards aging. This study recruited 50 elderly participants aged 65 and above as the experimental group and 51 elderly participants as the control group in a community care center. The experimental group received eight consecutive weeks of storytelling group intervention, for two hours per week. Pre-test and post-test were conducted to examine whether the storytelling group intervention could improve the positive aging attitudes of the elderly. The control group continued their original lifestyle without any intervention, and also completed the pre-test and post-test. The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of integrating storytelling groups into the curriculum of elderly community centers on the aging attitudes of the elderly. Finally, the collected data were coded and entered into the computer for verification. IBM SPSS Statistics 20.0 (Windows version) was used for data analysis. The results showed that the positive aging attitudes of the experimental group who received the eight-week storytelling group intervention were significantly better than those of the control group. It is hoped that this study can increase the social participation of the elderly, promote positive energy, and reduce negative emotions.
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