Patterns of Occupational Engagement Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults in Singapore: An Exploratory Mixed Method Study

In the Singaporean community, people felt that not having a reliable social circle made it hard for them to feel involved.  They believed that engaging in activities together with their family was essential for staying close and connected.  Families play a significant role in the lives of older individuals, affecting their well-being in both good and bad ways.  The findings of this study show the importance of better advocacy and facilitation of occupational engagement at the individual, community, and national levels.

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