Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Life
Open Access
Sign In

Exploration of Rural Elderly Care Models under the Growing Aging Situation—Take Rugao City, Jiangsu as an Example

Download as PDF

DOI: 10.23977/pree.2024.050111 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 227

Author(s)

Qian Jingxing 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Shanghai Starriver Bilingual School, Shanghai, 201100, China

Corresponding Author

Qian Jingxing

ABSTRACT

China's aging problem is becoming more and more serious, of which the rural aging degree is higher, faster, large population size, and make the old age problem is particularly prominent. In the context of the gradual fading of the traditional model of old age, how to "old age care, old age medical care, old age learning, old age education, and old age happiness" to put into practice[1], governments at all levels are doing active exploration. This paper takes the "community embedded elderly care" service model of Rugao City, Nantong, which is one of the world's six famous "hometowns of longevity", as an example to sort out and analyze the service features of "institutional elderly care as a pillar, community elderly care as a support, and home-based elderly care as a foundation", and found out hte model is very social significance, and can be replicated, easy to promote, can greatly solve China's rural pension problems in various aspects.

KEYWORDS

Rural aging, community-embedded aging, time banking

CITE THIS PAPER

Qian Jingxing, Exploration of Rural Elderly Care Models under the Growing Aging Situation—Take Rugao City, Jiangsu as an Example. Population, Resources & Environmental Economics (2024) Vol. 5: 74-82. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/pree.2024.050111.

REFERENCES

[1] Guo Huiyan, Han Junjiang: "Characteristics of Population Aging in China and Relevant Measures", in Labor Security World 2012-02-05.
[2] Bao Shirong. Foreign medical and nursing combination of elderly care model and its inspiration to China [J]. Journal of Harbin Institute of Technology ( Social Science Edition) , 2018, 20( 02) : 58-63. 
[3] Cao Yanhua: "Exploring the Current Situation of Rural Elderly Service and Its High-Quality Development", in Academic Search for Truth and Reality 2024, (01): 112-120. DOI:10.13996/j.cnki.taqu.2024.01: 112-113.
[4] Lin Mingang, "The Rise of Welfare Pluralism and Its Policy Practices", in Society, No. 7, 2002.
[5] Peng Huamin, Huang Yeqing: "Welfare Pluralism: The Transformation of Welfare Provision from State to Plural Sector", in Nankai Journal, No. 6, 2006.
[6] Tang Qin: Research on the "Chengdu Model" of Cooperative Provision of Community Embedded Elderly Services in the Context of Pluralism, in Master's Thesis of Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, 2021-11- 01.
[7] Yang Ningjing: Study on the Improvement of Rugao Rural Pension Service System in the Context of Aging ", in Master Thesis of Yangzhou University", 2018-06-18.
[8] Yuan Zhigang, Chen Gong, Gao Herong,et al. Time banking:What is possible and what is feasible in new mutual retirement[J]. Exploration and Controversy,2019(8):4-36.
[9] Collom E,Lasker J N,Kyriacou C. Equal Time, Equal Value: Community Currencies and Time Banking in the US[M]. Routledge, 2016.
[10] Hayashi M. Japan's Fureai Kippu Time - Banking in elderly care: Origins, development, challenges and impact[J] International Journal of Community Currency Research,2012(1):30-44.

Downloads: 867
Visits: 31536

All published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2016 - 2031 Clausius Scientific Press Inc. All Rights Reserved.