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Practical Study of “Reverse-Short Stay Service” to Support the Livability of the Elderly at Nursing Homes

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  • 施設高齢者の居住性を支える「逆ショートステイ」の実践的研究
  • 施設高齢者の居住性を支える「逆ショートステイ」の実践的研究 : 介護事業所と地域の役割相乗型連携による高齢者の地域居住に関する研究
  • シセツ コウレイシャ ノ キョジュウセイ オ ササエル 「 ギャクショートステイ 」 ノ ジッセンテキ ケンキュウ : カイゴジギョウショ ト チイキ ノ ヤクワリ ソウジョウガタ レンケイ ニ ヨル コウレイシャ ノ チイキ キョジュウ ニ カンスル ケンキュウ
  • ―介護事業所と地域の役割相乗型連携による高齢者の地域居住に関する研究―
  • — Study on Regional Elderly Residents by Role-Synergistic-Coordination Between Care Establishments and Regions —

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<p>  This study considered the effect of social relations support at nursing homes on the livability of the elderly. To that end, the study provided elderly residents of nursing homes with a total of 43 opportunities to return to their home, go out with their family, or go to familiar places. </p><p>  The author found that livability in nursing homes was created if: the residents are promised that they will return to the place outside the nursing home, they can return at any time and regularly. They have the place to call their own and a person to welcome them. This kind of livability expands relationships and the living area of the elderly at nursing homes which in turn makes the elderly feel: an improvement in their living place, an expansion of their social relations, a change in consciousness, a continuity in their lives, a multilayered life system, a sense of security in their nursing home, or an affection for their nursing home, and an improvement in their mood. </p><p>  This study confirmed that social relations of the elderly at nursing homes with the place outside leads to better livability.</p>


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