LEISURE AND ITS USE FOR SENIORS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

  • Jana Lopúchová Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave
  • Žofia Ondráčková Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave
Keywords: senior, aging, visual impairment, leisure time

Abstract

The scientific study is devoted to the issue of leisure activities for seniors with visual impairment. The period of life of individuals with visual impairments in post-productive age is characterized by many specificities as well as special needs. Many experts are interested in the saturation of these needs, but it is desirable if a person fulfills his / her goals based on his / her own motivation and possibilities and satisfies their special needs with his / her own activity. Given that older people are more likely to spend a lot of time on their own interests, we have tried to find out in our research how they spend their free time and what are the barriers to active leisure.

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2020-05-01
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Lopúchová, J., & Ondráčková, Žofia. (2020). LEISURE AND ITS USE FOR SENIORS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 37(6), 107-120. https://doi.org/10.23856/3711