Experience of Homebound Elderly Care by Using WE CAN DO by TIM

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ศศิธร ชิดนายี
วราภรณ์ ยศทวี
นัยนา อินธิโชติ
มณฑา อุดมเลิศ

Abstract

         This phenomenology qualitative research aimed to study the experience of using the model of network group WE CAN DO by TIM. Twenty participants were volunteers, homebound elderly, caregivers, sub district administrative organization (SAO) District Health promotion Hospitals (DHPH) and project manager of homebound elderly care using WE CAN DO by TIM and participation of area network. Data were collected using the semi-structure interview for in-depth interview. Thematic analysis was used for data analysis. We found four themes: 1) New experience for project managers, two subthemes: Heart of intervention and learn from role model, 2) Sankong Waisai network group: Community’s need, Volunteer and Elderly happiness, 3) Outcome from using intervention: happy and happy, role change from receiver to taker, and 4) Key success factor and barrier


            WE CAN DO by TIM and participation of area network are importance for homebound elderly care and can change their behavior from receiver to taker who can help the others.


 

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