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BIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL DETERMINANTS PROVIDING QUALITY OF LIFE WITH CARE AT HOME FOR PEOPLE OF ELDERLY AND OLDER AGE

Sultanova S.S.1, Krohmaljova E.V.2
1. Limited liability company «USI», Director, Saint-Petersburg
2. Limited liability company «MD.consultant», Director, Moscow
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Summary:
The article presents the results of an original study the main biological and psychosocial determinants of ensuring the quality of life elder and senior age in care at home. A correlation analysis was performed, to identify the contribution of individual biological and psychosocial needs elderly people in ensuring their quality of life when they leave for home. Identified, the main biological determinants of quality assurance life in caring for people of older age groups at home is a reduction asthenic phenomena through activating kinesitherapy; adequate supervision pain syndrome; adequate care for skin; providing comfortable temperature regime; ensuring adequate hydration of the body. The main psychosocial determinants quality of life care for people elder age groups are the creation of an environment for communication; Active participation family (microenvironment) in the process of care; ensuring trust in the service provider, medical and social staff; participation in the process of leaving representatives the clergy; availability of physical access to necessary medicines.
Keywords care at home, biological and psychosocial needs, biopsychosocial, age differences, quality of life, elderly people, kinesitherapy.

Bibliographic reference:
Sultanova S.S., Krohmaljova E.V., BIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL DETERMINANTS PROVIDING QUALITY OF LIFE WITH CARE AT HOME FOR PEOPLE OF ELDERLY AND OLDER AGE // «GERONTOLOGY» Scientific Journal. - 2016. - №4;
URL: http://www.gerontology.su/magazines?textEn=268 (date of access: 06.12.2021).

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