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Quality of Life among Elderly People in Selected Area at Bhilai, Durg, C.G.


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An exploratory study to assess the quality of life among elderly in selected area at Bhilai, Durg, C.G. and to find out the association between the quality of life among elderly with selected demographic variables; A non experimental exploratory research design was used and data were collected by survey approach; 100 samples were selected by purposive sampling technique and data were collected from them using standardized questionnaire. The study revealed that the levels of quality of life among the elderly people are 20% in moderate, 66% in good, and 14% in very good. There was significant association between quality of life of elderly people and age, marital status, education, occupational status, and source of income.

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Quality of Life, Elderly People.
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Neetu Tripathi
Govt. College of Nursing, Raipur (C.G.), India

Abstract


An exploratory study to assess the quality of life among elderly in selected area at Bhilai, Durg, C.G. and to find out the association between the quality of life among elderly with selected demographic variables; A non experimental exploratory research design was used and data were collected by survey approach; 100 samples were selected by purposive sampling technique and data were collected from them using standardized questionnaire. The study revealed that the levels of quality of life among the elderly people are 20% in moderate, 66% in good, and 14% in very good. There was significant association between quality of life of elderly people and age, marital status, education, occupational status, and source of income.

Keywords


Quality of Life, Elderly People.

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