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Factors associated with withdrawal from leisure activity participation among aging individuals

Factors associated with withdrawal from leisure activity participation among aging individuals

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Older people -- Recreation,
  • Leisure

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas H. Federowicz
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 94 leaves
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14054858M

    Although activity participation is promoted as cognitively protective, critical questions of causality remain. In a cohort followed every 5 years from age 75 to 85 years, potential reciprocal associations between level and change in leisure activity participation and level and change in cognitive abilities were examined. Participants in the Glostrup Cohort, a longitudinal study of aging Cited by: 7. triggers, motivations, and constraints of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members. Findings indicated that older adults joined OLLI as a new activity due to internal triggers (e.g. to satisfy an interest about a certain topic), were motivated by cognitive interests (e.g. to.

    The activity theory of aging proposes that older adults are happiest when they stay active and maintain social interactions. These activities, especially when meaningful, help the elderly to replace lost life roles after retirement and, therefore, resist the social pressures that limit an older person’s world. The theory assumes a positive. leisure participation among older adults. Early theories idea about aging Crisis Disengagement Activity Continuity Crisis theory: Retirement results in the loss of valued work roles. Many people believe that work justifies recreation. Major task during retirement, then, is to find some other justification for leisure.

    get involved in any leisure or recreational activities within their community. The barriers elderly people have towards leisure and recreation: the barriers of elderly people: financial situation, health and location All these things are major influences in enabling the participation of leisure and recreation.   Adolescent participation in leisure activities is developmentally beneficial, but certain activities may increase health compromising behaviours, such as tobacco smoking. A limited range of leisure activities has been studied, with little research on out-of-school settings where parental supervision is a potential protective factor. Tobacco smoking is an important, potentially modifiable Cited by:


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Get this from a library. Factors associated with withdrawal from leisure activity participation among aging individuals. [Thomas H Federowicz]. In addition to the basic physical care and FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH LEISURE PARTICIPATION AMONG THE ELDERLY LIVING IN LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES Li Li 1, Hong-Jer Chang 2†, Hung-I Yeh 3,4, Charles Jia-Yin Hou 3, Cheng-Ho Tsai 3,4, Jui-Peng Tsai 3 * 1 Department of Nursing Home, Mackay Memorial Hospital, 2 National Taipei College of Nursing Cited by: Aging & Mental Health.

Active ageing and quality of life: factors associated with participation in leisure activities among institutionalized older adults, with and without dementia.

Based on reported leisure activity in the past 2-week period, young adults with and without a history of childhood impairment are participating in a wide variety of leisure activities ().The most common types of leisure activities are within the informal social and informal individual categories including: going shopping or out to eat, and getting together with by:   Stimulating participation in leisure activities may therefore be an effective tool in reducing social isolation among older adults.

This could help reduce bad physical and mental health associated with social isolation (Findlay ; Pettigrew ), thereby reducing medical by: Leisure Activities and Mental Health in Aging 64 Elderly Health Journal ; 1(2) visiting relatives, age and gender were statistically significant factors associated with GHQ score.

Table 1. The demographic characteristics of participants, mean score of mental health subscales and comparing totalFile Size: KB. Participation in leisure-time activities is an important health promoter in aging populations.

The association of less physically demanding activities as well as traditional physical activities involving moderate exertion with reduced mortality suggests that the protective effect of Cited by: Objectives: Active ageing, considered from the perspective of participation in leisure activities, promotes life satisfaction and personal well-being.

The aims of this work are to define and explain leisure activity profiles among institutionalized older adults, considering their sociodemographic characteristics and objective and subjective conditions in relation to their quality of life.

Understanding which factors influence participation in physical activity is important to improve the public health.

The aim of the present review of reviews was to summarize and present updated evidence on personal and environmental factors associated with physical activity.

MEDLINE and EMBASE were searched for reviews published up to 31 Jan. reporting on potential factors of Cited by:   An engaged lifestyle is seen as an important component of successful ageing.

Many older adults with high participation in social and leisure activities report positive wellbeing, a fact that fuelled the original activity theory and that continues to influence researchers, theorists and by: factors influence participation in leisure activities, including age, gen- individuals with disabilities are associated with.

leisure activity among young adults with developmental. in europe there has been no decline in the labor force participation of older men since the s. false. retirement currently is a according to the berlin aging study, the activity that took up the most minutes of the day for older men and women was there are several barriers to participating in leisure-time pursuits among the elder.

FACTORS HINDERING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FROM THE PARTICIPATION IN RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND TRENDS Mehmet Mert PASLI1, Recreation is a leisure time activity which, according to Gottman and Glikson, refers to amongst the factors that affect participation in recreational activities, demographic factors like living place, physical.

In many Western countries, more and more people are living longer. As part of this demographic shift, increasing numbers are participating in Masters sport.

In the past, sport was considered important for the development of young people; however, the potential for sport participation to affect positive development across the lifespan is now by: The number and percent of older people in developed countries continue to grow, thanks to medical advances and decreases in fertility and mortality rates.

And that means that tomorrow's recreation and leisure professionals will be more challenged than ever to meet the needs of an increasingly older culturally diverse population. Leisure and Aging: Theory and Practice provides students and.

defined as any nonwork activity characterized by the absence of obligation or what one "should do", not having to do a leisure activity is what makes it inherently satisfying; can replace employment roles and provide satisfaction and meaningful engagement; challenge people's cognitive and physical abilities, can enhance their sense of control and mastery, can benefit individuals, their.

Healthy aging includes physical, psychological, social, and spiritual well-being in later years. The purpose of this study is to identify the psychosocial factors influencing healthy aging and examining their socio-demographic characteristics.

Perceived health status, depression, self-esteem, self-achievement, ego-integrity, participation in leisure activities, and loneliness were identified Cited by:   Models have been developed and tested to understand the factors that shape variability in the extent to which this positive aging experience is realized across individuals (Hinterlong, ; Romo et al., ); as well, literature in each cluster of work examines the implications of activity and engagement for the participant’s well-being Cited by: The psychological benefits of participation in leisure pursuits for adolescents Caitlyn McKay These recommendations account for the different factors of leisure.

Overall, this paper is an are often associated with a structured form of activity. Low-yield leisure pursuits, like watching Author: Caitlyn McKay. With the aging of the baby boomer population and their accompanying burden of disease, future disability rates are expected to increase.

This paper summarizes the state of the evidence regarding physical activity and aging for individuals with mobility disability and proposes a healthy aging research agenda for this population.

Using a previously published framework, we present evidence in Cited by:. predictors of successful aging: associations between social network patterns, life satisfaction, depression, subjective health and leisure time activity for older adults in india swati varshney, b.a., m.a.

dissertation prepared for the degree of doctor of philosophy university of north texas august Cited by: 9.Association of health-related behaviors, attitudes, and appraisals to leisure-time physical activity in middle-aged and older women Carole K.

Holahan, PhDa, Charles J. Holahan, PhDb, Xiaoyin Li, MSa, and Yen T. Chen, MSa aDepartment of Kinesiology and Health Education, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA; bDepartment of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA.

Adolescents with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (HFASD) experience difficulties with socio-emotional adjustment, including compromised friendships, feelings of loneliness, and depression. Using a sample of adolescents with HFASD and their parents, this study is first to examine: (1) relations between organized activity (OA) involvement and adjustment and (2) whether Cited by: 8.