The issue who is responsible to care for elderly in urban-rural-farm social settings and what factors determine their feeling of loneliness was investigated. In comparison with other two groups farm population preserves more family centred intergenerational relations. This is indicated through living arrangements, expected and actual provision of support to the elderly and allocation of that care among household members. Regarding old aged loneliness family is not the only source against this feeling but also available social ties of the neighbourhood which holds true for all social settings.
B.03 Paper at an international scientific conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 30646573
The paper was aimed to long-term care issue in Slovenia and to »The Strategy for care for the elderly till 2010 - Solidarity, good intergenerational relations and quality ageing of the population« prepared by Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs, as the response of the Republic of Slovenia to the ageing society and to the European demands for new solidarity between the generations. Special attention was given in presentation to the long-term care and the implementation of the new insurance for it.
B.03 Paper at an international scientific conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 30428461