Relevance Assessment of Long-Term Care Formats in Russia
Оценка актуальности различных форматов долговременного ухода за людьми пожилого возраста в России
Manuilskaya, Ksenia (Мануильская, Ксения) () and
Solodovnikova, Olga (Солодовникова, Ольга) ()
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Manuilskaya, Ksenia (Мануильская, Ксения): The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
Solodovnikova, Olga (Солодовникова, Ольга): The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
Working Papers from Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
TThe paper is based on the findings of the research work “The Elderly People’s Needs for the New Type of Social Housing: Perception, Assessment And Expectations”, conducted by the team of the Field Research Center of the RANEPA Institute of Social Analysis and Forecasting in 2021. The work is an extension of the last year’s project and includes a systematic review of current foreign literature on aging, long-term care, and the analysis of the results of an all-Russian telephone survey. Currently, the main approach in long-term care is the concept of “aging at home”. However, the concept of “home” and living space is considered quite broadly and is not limited to the formal dwelling. The 2020 research work resulted in the development of the concept of a “new type of social home”, which can apply both to the design of new residential compounds and to renovation or adaptation of an existing residential compound and social infrastructure to the needs of the older generation. The implementation of any concept should be preceded by an assessment of its relevance and population demand. That was the aim of this year’s telephone survey, the results of which are presented in the paper, and may be useful for scientific and methodological support of programs and strategies in the field of aging and old age, for the formation of state policy in the field of social protection of the elderly, as well as for the development of specific social policy directions, measures and mechanisms.
Keywords: the elderly; active longevity; sociology of aging; aging at home; elderly care; social housing; nursing home; age-friendly environment; social policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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