Care

In the table below, entries in the left column refer to the related documentation, while the numbers in the cells of columns LASA-B to LASA-J (K in progress) refer to the corresponding LASA-data files (e.g. ‘032‘ in column B refers to ‘LASAB032‘). Table entries are hyperlinks. Hovering over the waves in the header will show the years in which the corresponding measurements took place.

For more details about the LASA-waves, see Design LASA.

Note that some of the data are not yet available (in red).

LASA-WAVE BCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK 
Cohort 1
Cohort 2
Cohort 3
Migrant Cohort
THEME CARE
Attitudes about care032

112















112



112



112



112



112



112



112



112

175


112

175
Filial responsibility
expectations IM
– scaled




132

332
132

332














132

332


Vignettes about help
– total scores


074
274











Providing careBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Providing assistance with
personal/household care

142142142142142142142142142
Family caregiving to older adults
(LASA ancillary study)
X
Use of careBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Use of personal/household care

– tel. proxy*
– tel. respondent*
033


033

603
703
033

603
703
033

603
703
033


033

603
703
033

603
703
033

603
703
033


033


033

603
703
033

603
703
033

603
703
Care evaluation033033033033033033033033033033033033033
Use of nursing care

– tel. proxy*
– tel. respondent*





















033

603
703
033


033


033

603
703
033

603
703
033

603
703
Use of transport/admin. care

– tel. proxy*
– tel. respondent*





















033

603
703






033

603
703
033

603
703
033

603
703
Personal budget (PGB)033
Perceived control of care033033033033033033
Satisfaction with care033033033033033033033033033033033033033
Need for care033033033033033033033033
Aggr. variables care network233
Use of respite care by R
(for partner)
139139139
Perceived control in health care
and scale (LASA ancillary study)
       X   
Transitions in care
(LASA ancillary study)
**
Adaptations and facilitiesBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Adaptations in the house
(see Theme SOCIAL)
Use of assistive devices or
assistence

(see Theme PHYSICAL)
Contact with servicesBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Contact with health and social
services
044044044044044044044044044044044044044
Hospital admission

– tel. proxy*
– tel. respondent*
045


045

603
703
045

603
703
045

603
703
045


045

603
703
045

603
703
045

603
703
045


045


045

603
703
045

603
703
045

603
703
Outpatient contact with medical
specialists last 6 months
– specification of specialist
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
045

245
Health care in country of origin
068
Needs assessmentBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Needs assessment
(WVG/Wmo/AWBZ/Zvw/Wlz)IM


– tel. proxy*
– tel. respondent*

– tel. proxy*
– tel. respondent*


























189

610
710












189

610
710


177
178
189




611
711
177
178
189




611
711
















177
178
189


710

611
711
177
178
189

610
710

611
711
177
178
189

610
710

611
711
            
End of life care and preferencesBCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK
Advance Directives


– tel. respondent*






093


709







195


195


195








195


195


195

Feelings and wishes about
life and death
127127127
Decisions in eol situations148
General eol goals
(see also Subj. life exp.)
094094094094094094
Last wishes146 –
Advance Care Planning (ACP)108108
Opinions about euthanasia and
end-of-life (eol) pill
122122122122122122122122122122122122
End-of-life care: interviews
with proxies
(LASA ancillary study)
   X  X     
LASA-wave BCDE2BFGH3BMBIJK

* Files in the 700 series contain data from telephone interviews held with respondents, while files in the 600 series contain data from telephone interviews held with proxies. In wave C however, the same questionnaire was used for both respondent and proxy; data was stored in the 600 series

** Not yet documented

*** Under construction

IM In 2004, three years after wave E an interim measurement was carried out on the first cohort, see the specific topics for more details. More information will follow.