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Table 2 Association of ADL disability and willingness for institutional care among seniors in Jiangsu, China,2016

From: Utilization willingness of institutional care between disabled and non-disabled seniors: evidence from Jiangsu, China

Characteristics Model 1(No covariates) Model 2 (Covariates)
OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P
ADL disability
 No 0.494(0.378–0.645) < 0.001 0.513(0.387–9.680) < 0.001
 Yes 1.0   1.0  
Age
 60–69    2.003(1.339–2.997) 0.001
 70–79    1.650(1.130–2.410) 0.010
 80+    1.0  
Gender
 Male    1.122(0.880–1.430) 0.352
 Female    1.0  
Marital status
 Married    0.806(0.598–1.087) 0.158
 Others    1.0  
Education
 Primary or below    0.615(0.412–0.918) 0.017
 Junior    0.714(0.476–1.070) 0.103
 High or above    1.0  
Residence
 Urban    1.053(0.771–1.437) 0.747
 Rural    1.0  
Living arrangements
 Alone    1.542(1.096–2.170) 0.013
 With children or others    1.0  
Insurance a
 None    0.679(0.320–1.442) 0.314
 MIUE    0.883(0.437–1.783) 0.729
 MIUR    0.940(0.477–1.852) 0.859
 NCMS    1.158(0.498–2.694) 0.734
 Others    1.0  
Household income b
 Q4    0.918(0.508–1.657) 0.776
 Q3    1.008(0.682–1.490) 0.969
 Q2    0.616(0.458–0.828) 0.001
 Q1    1.0  
NCD c
 No    0.420(0.266–0.663) < 0.001
 Yes    1.0  
  1. aADL activity of daily living
  2. bNCMS New cooperative medical scheme, MIUR Medical insurance for urban residents scheme, MIUE Medical insurance for urban employee scheme
  3. cQuartile 4 (Q4) is the richest and Quartile 1 (Q1) is the poorest
  4. dNCD Non-communicable chronic disease