Institutionalized older. Rating of satisfaction and well-being in a religious nursing home
Asunción Ors Montenegro, Loreto Maciá Soler
This article explains how twenty-four people living in a nursing home over religious. They express: live well in what can be. They are happy and feel fortunate to have achieved a place in that residence. Life at home, as they see and like to call the residence has given them peace, tranquility and welfare. In a second analysis of the result can be seen unambiguously in feelings of wellbeing and can explain that to live well on what it is: resignation is what helps them be well. The face to face interview and observation were the tools of research.
Elderly, old, institutionalization, nursing home, being in old age, quality of life in old age, old age adaptation.