Service Provided by the Elderly Person in the Family Health Strategy
Objective: to meet the care given to the elderly person in a unit of the family health strategy.
Method: participated in 189 14 elderly family health Strategies of João Pessoa-PB through a questionnaire, and the data processed by the software Statistical Package for the Social Sciences 19.0 and exposed in frequency and percentage.
Results: the elderly have in average of 68 years of age; majority (66,3%) and married women (47,4%). As for the service, most agree fully with its resolution (67,1%), occurrence of home visits (80,4%), no long wait (40,2%) and no other complaints (49,7%). However, 125 (66%1) of seniors disagree totally they receive priority assistance.
Conclusion: the care model of the family health strategy Unit is in line with most of its guidelines established.
Keywords:Aged;Comprehensive Health Care; Family Health Strategy.
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