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Development of peer-instructed, sustainable community-based exercise groups targeting the fulfillment of integrated community care system in old age Ryuichi Hasegawa 1 , Naoki Tomiyama 2 , Kyoko Suga 3 , Kayoko Kuwayama 3 , Masaaki Andou 4 1Department of Occupational Therapy, College of Life and Health Sciences, Chubu University 2Division of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Care and Rehabilitation, Seijoh University 3Social Welfare Council of Tokai City 4Non-profit Organization Raifu Keyword: 高齢者 , 介護予防 , グループ , (地域包括ケアシステム) , Older adults , Preventive care , Group , Integrated community care system pp.672-680
Published Date 2016/12/15
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 An “Integrated Community Care System (ICCS)” has been introduced in Japan under the long-term care insurance system to address “ageing in place”. Promoting ‘mutual aid' is a vital element of ICCS. The aim of the present study was to develop peer-instructed, sustainable community-based exercise groups (PSCEG) by promoting mutual aid to fulfill the target of ICCS in old age. Over the past 11 years, we have instructed 11-week long community-based exercise programs in 18 separate districts of Tokai city in different periods. The programs then continued until the present by the participants themselves where they took turns as instructors for each exercise session. Hence the training became a peer-instructed one. Later on, three more PSCEG were formed and currently there is a total of twenty-one PSCEG in Tokai city. The number of participants is increasing each year, and currently more than 20 thousand participants are working out under the PSCEG umbrella in Tokai city. These results indicate that enhancing mutual aid based on a peer-instructed mode of training could be useful in organizing a PSCEG.


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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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