Impact of transition in work status and social participation on cognitive performance among elderly in India release_knekxefqwzgwdlbguzjz6vfua4

by Srei Chanda, Raman Mishra

Published in BMC Geriatrics by Springer Science and Business Media LLC.

2019   Volume 19, Issue 1, p251

Abstract

Cognitive aging is attenuated by higher participation in work and social activities. Adequate financial schemes or the pension system can protect the elderly from developing further stress. Retirement at an appropriate age, along with a reasonable amount of social participation, is a boon for cognitive wellbeing. Hence, building more support can contain the detrimental effect of participation restriction on cognitive outcome among elderly.
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