Introduction: The social inclusion of people with disabilities (PWD), dependent on many economic, social, political and cultural factors that affect their social development. One factor that generates greater social exclusion, corresponding to attitudinal barriers identified in the immediate environment. Objective: To identify knowledge, attitudes and practices of primary caregivers, about disability and care they provide to PcD linked to services Outpatient Gustavo Escallón Cayzedo of Santa Fe de Bogota Foundation (CAGEC), municipality of Madrid, Cundinamarca. Material and methods: Research with mixed approach, descriptive study aimed at caregivers of PcD, whom a semi-structured interview was applied. The quantitative analysis was performed using descriptive statistics and qualitative analysis was performed by generating an array of established and emerging categories. Results: economic and labor conditions affecting significantly the lives of caregivers, who spend more than 10 hours a day to care PcD, resulting in some symptoms of “caregiver syndrome” are evident. Most caregivers do not know the rights and duties of the population, and those who know they associate with the access to services. Participation is associated with assistance to certain activities, and not from his political notion. These skills relate to the practices of caregivers which are oriented on the biomedical model. Discussion: Being studied the conditions of the caregiver barriers, attitudes and support networks, observed how are you affecting your life project. Despite this, the activities of public and private entities are directed to the PcD, so the implementation of actions that promote the health of the caregiver is suggested.
|Translated title of the contribution||Knowledge, attitudes and practices of caregivers of people with disabilities in processes of social inclusion in the municipality Madrid, Cundinamarca|
|Number of pages||15|
|Journal||Revista ciencias de la salud|
|State||Published - Jul 3 2015|
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Medicine (miscellaneous)
- Health(social science)