The relational structure of occupational participation, prefrailty, and psychosocial states: Analysis of the elderly participating in voluntary activities in community Sho Takeda 1,2 , Atsuko Tanimura 2 1Humming Garden (Former affiliation;IMS Itabashi Rehabilitation Hospital) 2Department of Occupational Therapy, Graduate School of Human Health Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University Keyword: 地域在住高齢者 , 心理・社会的因子 , 作業参加 , プレフレイル , Community-dwelling elderly , Psychosocial factor , Occupational participation , Prefrailty pp.300-310
Published Date 2021/6/15
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 This study analyzed the relational structure of occupational participation, prefrailty and its elements, and psychosocial states for the elderly participating in voluntary activities in the community. The subjects were 146 people living in Tokyo, and the analysis was performed by the One-way analysis of variance, Kruskal-Wallis test, multiple comparisons of robust, prefrail, and frail people, and structural equation modeling. The results showed that those with prefrailty tended not to adequately participate in occupations. There was a structural link between prefrailty and occupational participation, indicating that physical and sociological conditions promote occupational participation, while occupational participation promotes psychological states.

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