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International Journal of Home Science

2022, VOL. 8 ISSUE 3, PART D

A study on health status of elderly male and female living in old age home in Modinagar and Meerut city

Author(s): Isha Sachdeva and Dr. Rita Bakshi
Abstract:
The current study was conducted on older people living in old people’s care home “Old age” and the “Elderly” are the terms which are common title in most popular uses. Aging is the closest period of the total life span. The age gap in the generations is widened and the children’s find it difficult to make an adjustment with their older parents. Therefore, the familial, social, psychological and economic issues rise in the family and consequently the birth of old age homes or care homes are increasing day by day. The aim to review the existing present nutritional situation of old age homes amongst the Indian elderly and to assess their health status. The simple purposing random sampling were performed and 75 males and 75 females were sample size. The health estimate was being done by the formulated questionnaire. The maximum health dentalium assess the dietary and health status.
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How to cite this article:
Isha Sachdeva, Dr. Rita Bakshi. A study on health status of elderly male and female living in old age home in Modinagar and Meerut city. Int J Home Sci 2022;8(3):216-218.

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