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Автор: Helky Koskela
Название: «Возможно ли активное долголетие и участие в доме престарелых?»
Дата: 18.09.2012 Город Уфа

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    • Active participation in a Nursing Home – How ? Активное участие в доме престарелых - как? Helky Koskela, Licentiate of Social Sciences, лиценциат в области социальной работыUniversity of Jyväskylä/ Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius, Finland
    • My competence to this Issue моя квалификация• 14,5 years work in Elderly • Photo: Antero Huhtala, Finland care; Nursing Home, • (The photo is shown in the Conference) Home Service, Support for informal care and in a project.• I´m also researching Institutional care.• I belong to “third age” myself !• My parents have been suffering dementia.
    • Some bad News from Finland? Некоторые плохие новости из Финляндии? The Youtube link is shown in the Conference• Rather wealthy country, • Admiring youth and the but we are struggling effectiveness… with many social problems:• Unemployment, Alcohol, sexual Abuse, Marginalization of youth, Shut downs in Social Services…
    • • Residential care for the • (The photo is shown in elderly has been the Conference) reduced but Home services have not been replaced. Some have left “abandoned” home or in an institution.• However, I am now telling about the good care. It still exists in many Nursing Homes.
    • Majority of older people is a huge resource, not a burden Esko 79 years old, here is his summerjob…• (The photo is shown in the Conference)
    • Senior people are helping younger people in many ways…• (The photo is shown in • (The photo is shown in the Conference) the Conference)
    • Frail Elderly – how can they participate to research ? Photo: Aaro Koskela• They often have difficulties • (The photo is shown in to talk, hear, see or remember. the Conference)• They can have pains and the situation can vary a lot even during one meeting.• Many of them are not used to say their Opinions.• So, their thoughts must be studied in new ways; e.g. Board games, Photo elicitation, Observation.
    • Elderly can really participate in Nursing Home, when: Photo: Studio Aaro, Aaro Koskela• (The photo is shown in • Visitors can come and the Conference) go, such as in the home. • There is chance to be outside and in the city • They have enough helping Hands. • Their wishes and needs are taken seriously. • The Atmosphere is free.
    • Dementic people participating• Viewing and Tracking: sitting and watching Body language and participation: the clap and stomp excited Speech and Sound: speaking to nurse and other The expression of emotions: laughing heartily, look at each other and clap Unresponsive / passivity: sitting straight-faced, looking around Active withdrawal: moving the wheelchair away. (Vuorinen 2012, Masters thesis work)
    • Participating – Key to Well being• “A long and healthy life and well-being is linked to social life. Minimal interaction is more harmful than smoking and obesity.”• ”Минимальное взаимодействие является более вредным, чем курение и ожирение” (Markku T. Hyyppä)• (A animation is shown in the Confrenece)
    • • ”Although I could get all the Knowledge and all the Mysteries – I would be nothing more than a Jingle, if I could´t feel the love”.• Photo: Antero Huhtala, Finland (The photo is shown in the Conference)