Subjective Well-Being, Mastery of Roles and Their Relationships with Families among Stroke Patients in the Rehabilitation Period


Patientswithstrokefaceanumberofproblemsthatincludephysical,social,emotional, psychological, and spiritual problems. It caused a decrease in the well-being that he felt by stroke patients ,also coupled with a decrease in the ability to perform daily roles and decreased well-being social relationship, especially relations with his family. This study aimed to identify well-being, mastery of roles, and well-being of relationships with families and was associated with demographic characteristics. This research used quantitative descriptive methods. The sample consisted of stroke patients who were outpatient at a hospital in Bandung. A total of 96 respondents were taken based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. The instruments used were personal well-being index, Role-Function Mode Scale, and Brief Family Relationship Scale. Data analysis used descriptive statistics and chi square. The results showed that half (50%) of stroke patients experienced poor well-being. There were still those who said that almost half (39.60%) of stroke patients said that mastery of roles was not good. Likewise with the well-being of relations, there were still those who said almost half (35.40%) of the welfare of their relationships was not good. From the analysis of the relationship between demographic characteristics, it found that there was a significant relationship between the subjective well-being of stroke patients and the relationship between respondents and families (p = 0.001). Conclusions is well-being, mastery of roles, and relationships with families in stroke patients are still not satisfactory.Efforts are needed that can increase family support effectively for stroke patients.

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