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Health and Living Status of the Elderly in Taiwan, 1995: (ASEAN)

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Access to Files:Data and Documentation
Title:Health and Living Status of the Elderly in Taiwan, 1995: (ASEAN)
Study Number:1251
Catalog Date:09/24/2009
Primary Investigator(s):Taiwan Provincial Institute of Family Planning
Access Restrictions:Yes
Abstract:The 1995 Survey of the Elderly in Taiwan was designed to provide benchmark data on the social, economic and physical well-being of the elderly aged 60+ in Taiwan. The questionnaire contains eight distinct sections: marital history and other background characteristics household schedule, social and economic exchanges health, health care utilization and behavior occupational history activities and general economic/financial well-being and emotional and instrumental support. The 1995 Taiwan Survey builds on earlier surveys of the elderly conducted in several ASEAN countries in the mid-1980's and 1990's.

Further information on this survey is available in the documentation where a copy of "1989 Survey of Health and Living Status of the Elderly in Taiwan: Questionnaire and Survey Design" is available.

A comparison of variables available for Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore is given in a reference paper prepared by Mary Bethh Ofstedal titled Comparative Study of Aging in Four Asian Countries: A Variable Reference for Microanalysis.
Universe:All persons in Taiwan aged 60 or over as of the end of 1995, who appear in the registration system of the non-aboriginal areas of Taiwan. The register includes all regular households, as well as residents of old-age homes, nursing homes, and long-term hospitals.

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