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2019 | 1 | 177-193
Article title

AKTYWIZOWANIE OSÓB STARSZYCH NA PRZYKŁADZIE DOMU POMOCY SPOŁECZNEJ

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ACTIVATING THE ELDERLY PEOPLE ON THE EXAMPLE OF A NURSING HOME
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Activation of the elderly is one of the key considerations of pedagogical sciences and due to the problem of aging societies, including Polish society, has recently gained in importance. The article attempts to determine the level of activity of seniors staying in a nursing care home. It is based on the literature on the subject and research carried out in the Świętokrzyskie region. The text reflects on the aging process, old age and the activation of seniors. The results of the study are presented against the background of literature reports. The main goal of the research was to determine the scope of activation of seniors in relation to their individual needs. The collected empirical material was subjected to statistical analysis using the SPSS package. There is a correlation between the health and education of the respondents and their scope of activity. In turn, gender does not differentiate the activities undertaken by the surveyed seniors.
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177-193
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