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Commentary on: Lämå s K, Bölenius K, Sandman P, Bergland A, Lindkvist M. Thriving among older people living at home with home care services – A cross-sectional study
Implications for practice and research
Social engagement, independence and the physical environment are important considerations for supporting the well-being of the older person.
Research is needed to explore perceptions of thriving for the older person both at home and in community settings.
Thriving is a term used to describe a person’s well-being in relation to where they live.1
Perceptions of thriving of older people living in long-term care facilities have been surveyed2 but not those receiving home care services (HCS).
Older people at home receiving HCS are likely to be less frail and less dependent on others than care home residents. The UK has an ageing population, but the care home population has remained stable in …
Funding The authors have not declared a specific grant for this research from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.
Competing interests None declared.
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