10 August 2022

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Lanjut Usia dan COVID-19, Kesehatan dan Lanjut Usia



Ni Wayan Suriastini, Endra Dwi Mulyanto, Ika Yulia Wijayanti, Osuke Komazawa, Takuma Kato, Maliki, Dinar Dana Kharisma

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Older Adults and COVID-19 in Indonesia (the 2022 Edition)


The second round of the telephone survey, 'Older Adults and COVID-19 in Indonesia' is a follow-up to the first wave of the study. It is a collaboration among ERIA, Bappenas, and SurveyMETER. This follow-up survey aims to (1) compare the health and well-being of older adults during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic between July 2020 and November 2020, (2) compare the problems faced by the older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic between July 2020 and November 2020, (3) determine changes in assistance received by the older adults in response to the COVID-19 pandemic between July 2020 and November 2020, and (4) identify the most appropriate policies to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on the older adults, based on changes in the situation during the pandemic.

The findings show that some older adults still experienced a decline in income in November 2020. The impact of the pandemic on food consumption changed from July 2020 to November 2020. Fewer older adults received social assistance in November 2020 compared to July 2020. They preferred to receive social assistance by cash rather than by in-kind. Access to better health services results in accurate diagnoses until more older adults are identified as having physical health problems. In addition, their mental health has improved slightly. However, some respondents still experience problems accessing health facilities and a lack of routine medicines. The risk of social isolation decreases as the COVID-19 pandemic lasts, and a downward trend is also seen in the number of beneficiaries of some social supports. A community care hub with the help of digital technology is recommended to facilitate support for elderly needs with available services. This is also appropriate in a pandemic situation since it may lead to something to speed up service provision and reduce the risk of infection.

Here is the link to download the book complimentary.

The English version is available on the ERIA website: Bahasa Inggris


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pdf2Lanjut Usia dan COVID-19 di Indonesia (Edisi 2022)


pdf2Halaman Judul

pdf2Kata Pengantar

pdf2Sekapur Sirih

pdf2Daftar Pelaksana Kegiatan

pdf2Daftar Isi

pdf2Daftar Tabel dan Gambar

pdf2Daftar Singkatan

pdf2Ringkasan Eksekutif

pdf2Bab 1 Latar Belakang dan Tujuan

pdf2Bab 2 Karakteristik Responden

pdf2Bab 3 Ekonomi dan Perlindungan Sosial

pdf2Bab 4 Kesehatan

pdf2Bab 5 Interaksi dan Dukungan Sosial

pdf2Bab 6 Kesimpulan dan Rekomendasi

pdf2Referensi dan Lampiran