Borgere med multisygdom i nye rehabiliteringsforløb - brugerinddragelse eller borgerens inddragelse?

Translated title of the contribution: Citizens with Multimorbidity in New Rehabilitation Programmes: User Participation or Involvement by the Citizen?

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Abstract

The Danish welfare model including free home care is under pressure. A new legislation on home care rehabilitation is an attempted response to this. From an everyday life sociological perspective, I explore how citizens with multimorbidity manage rehabilitation, and whether citizens can meaningfully include rehabilitation in their everyday life. In this ethnographic field study three married couples and four single living citizens are followed in their rehabilitation. The analysis shows variations in the citizens’ management of rehabilitation and a possible movement from user participation to meaningful involvement of the citizen in three forms of interactions: «to meet in strangeness», «a tuning-in relationship» and «on your own».
Keywords: The Danish welfare model, consolidation act on social services § 83a, home care, rehabilitation at home, everyday life sociology
Translated title of the contributionCitizens with Multimorbidity in New Rehabilitation Programmes: User Participation or Involvement by the Citizen?
Original languageDanish
JournalTidsskrift for Velferdsforskning
Volume22
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)59-73
ISSN0809-2052
Publication statusPublished - 15 Mar 2019

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