Working with Older People: Volume 27 Issue 2

Practical approaches to work, leisure, lifestyle and learning


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Attitude and post-retirement work intentions: a mediator-moderator effect of job satisfaction and education

Preeti Tarkar

The research paper investigated the intentions of superannuated persons toward the post-retirement work. This study aims to examine the role of attitude, job satisfaction and…

The factor of resident safety culture in nursing homes in Indonesia

Retno Indarwati, Rista Fauziningtyas, Nur Sayyid Jalaludin, Anis Fauziah, Ferry Efendi

Older adults living in nursing homes may become vulnerable because of errors or incidents; it is necessary to create a positive safety culture to minimise such occurrences…

Older people’s perceptions and self-reported usage of the mobile app, “Hear Me Now”: a feasibility study

Glenda Cook, Annette Hand, Jill Wales, Alexandra Kirton

Mobile technology and applications offer a new approach to personalised care for older people. Hear Me Now (HMN), developed by Maldaba Ltd, is an application for smartphones and…

Dispersed communities in age-friendly work: an intersectional approach to place-based working

Sarah Wilkinson, Luciana Lang, Sophie Yarker

The purpose of this paper is to present alternative ways of addressing inequality in age-friendly work by drawing attention to the limitations of place-based approaches in meeting…

Health-care system in Jordan: challenges and solutions

Mohammad Rababa

This study aims to explore the challenges in the Jordanian health-care system and the potential solutions for these challenges.

Sport for confidence: a collaborative programme of physical activity, sport and exercise for people with Young Onset Dementia

Mary Tilki, Charlotte Curran, Liz Burton, Lyndsey Barrett

This paper aims to showcase an innovative programme of physical activity and sport to enhance the health and well-being of people with Young Onset Dementia (YOD). It is hoped that…


Verbal elder abuse in India: a descriptive phenomenological study

Avanish Bhai Patel

Verbal abuse of the aged people in later life is a matter of grave concern in contemporary times. Aged people are abused by family members, relatives and neighbors in the form of…

Social capital and health outcomes among older adults in India: a multilevel analysis

Jyoti Jyoti, S.P. Singh, Manzoor Ahmad Malik

The social capital theory is increasingly being looked at as a valuable paradigm to understand if community socioeconomic factors influence health behaviours and outcomes. This…

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