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The challenge skill ratio of users' experiences at an adult daycare center: Emotional states based on the Flow model Masami Yasunaga 1,2 , Norikazu Kobayashi 3 , Takashi Yamada 3 1Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Science Technology, Bunkyo Gakuin University 2Student of Doctor Program in Occupational Therapy, Graduate School of Human Health Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University 3Division of Community-Based Occupational Therapy, Master and Doctor Program in Occupational Therapy, Graduate School of Human Health Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University Keyword: 活動 , デイケア , 高齢者 , QOL , (フロー) , Activity , Adult daycare , Elderly people , Quality of life , Flow pp.83-93
Published Date 2012/2/15
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 To clarify user's affections upon activities of the adult daycare centers, i.e. experiences of them at the daycare center, affections of “challenge” and “skill” in the daycare activities were evaluated. Affections of 45 users were classified into 8 states based on the Flow model. Major results obtained were as follows: 1) in general states of affections upon the usual activities, “relaxation” was most often, and “anxiety” were highly dominant, “relaxation” was seen by daily activities, e.g. at the lunchtime, and 2) affections were differently affected by gender, age and care level. 3) Results also indicate the level of QOL appeared to be positively correlated to that of “arousal”, an positive affection, and negatively correlated to that of “anxiety”, an negative affection. These results suggest that elevation of the positive affections and reduction of the negative affections in users by devising the personalized rehabilitation program lead to the increase in the quality of daycare services.


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電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 0289-4920 日本作業療法士協会

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