- Mental patients shortly after change in institutional setting, USA, 1981
- Survey name
- Unnamed study
- N = 118
- Non Response
1: Interviews, 2: Agency records, 3: Observation by case-managers.
- Authors's Label
- Our Classification
1a: 42%, 1b 25%, 1c 14%, 1d: 2%,, 1e: 1%
2a: 8%, 2b: 7%, 2c: 16%, 2d: 5%, 2e 22%
- 1: Supervised
a: formally supervised
b: adult home
c: family care home
d: skilled nursing home
e: group home
a: boarding house
b: private residence with spouce
c: private residence with parents
d: private residence with non-kin
e: private residence alone
1: uperviseded: 42% resided in formally supervised settings including 25% in adult homes, 14% in family-care homes, 2% in skilled nursing homes and 1% in group homes.
2 Non-supervised: The remaining respondents living in settings without formal supervision included 8% in boarding or rooming houses, 7% in a private redidence
with their spouse, 16% in a private residence with their parents or relatives, 5 % in a private residence with unrelated others and 22% were living alone in a private residence.