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Título: Aislamiento social y dependencia en la población anciana de una población rural.
Autores: Gayol Fernández, Manuel
Sánchez Arguiano, Juncal
Conde Díez, Yolanda
Palabras Claves: Actividades Cotidianas
Anciano
Aislamiento social
Dependencia
Peñamellera Alta
Enfermería
Fecha Edición: 16-Feb-2020
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: Gayol-Fernández M, Sánchez-Arguiano J, Conde-Díez Y. Aislamiento social y dependencia en la población anciana de una población rural. RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2020 Febrero; 8 (1): 12-22
Resumen: The fact of being part of a social network, understanding this as the people with whom we interact in our day to day, can influence the disability process avoiding the decline or facilitating recovery. Older people with the deterioration that comes with age may have difficulties maintaining or initiating social relationships. Objective: To measure the involvement of dependence in social loneliness in the population of 65 years and older of the Peñamellera Alta office. Material and methods: A descriptive observational study was carried out in this population. For which we developed a questionnaire that included various demographic variables, the East II Scale to mediate the level of social loneliness, the Lawton and Brody Index and the Barthel Index. Chi square, ANOVA and non-parametric tests were used for the analysis and SPSS Statistic version 21 was used for this. Results / Conclusions: It was obtained that the older, the greater the percentage of people with social loneliness (21.6% 65-69 years, 38.6% 70-79 years and 65.6% 80 years and more). There are more people with social loneliness among those who are dependent for ADL (64.7%). The older the number of dependents increases for ADLs (4.3% 65-69 years, 29.5% 70-79 years and 62.5% 80 years and over). Men are more dependent for IADL (59.5%). With these results, we can objectify some problems that will increase with the aging of the population and that affect groups at risk.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/12747
ISSN: 2254-8270
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