Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research, volume 25 issue 2 (june 2006) : 117-120


Shikha Shakya, Meenakshi Singh, Pratibha Arya
1Institute of Home Science,Bundelkhand University, Jhansi 284003, India.
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Cite article:- Shakya Shikha, Singh Meenakshi, Arya Pratibha (2024). ADJUSTMENT PROBLEMS IN OLD AGE- A CASE STUDY. Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research. 25(2): 117-120. doi: .
The study was planned to study the various difficulties or problems of old age. Fifty years old age people from different areas of Jhansi were selected. Results revealed that regarding social adjustment, significantly (P0.05) higher number of respondents (66%) want to make new friend to share their feelings after retirement and about 78% old people often take part in community activities. Mostly (96%) older people were respected by ther children and 92% children of older people take their parents advice to solve the problems. Regarding physical adjustment the old people feel physical changes in them and about 41 per cent old people feel physically helpless and dependent on others. Regarding vocational adjustment 64% of old people do not want job after retirement and significantly (P
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