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Table 2 Health staffs’ perception of supports/services that are important for older individuals’ successful community reintegration (N = 16)

From: Older people in custody in a forensic psychiatric facility, prevalence of dementia, and community reintegration needs: an exploratory analysis

Supports/Services Social Worker % (n) Primary Nurse % (n) % Agreement κ p-value
Transitional housing 69 (11) 75 (12) 69 0.231 .350
Social housing 44 (7) 69 (11) 50 0.045 .838
Permanent supportive housing 75 (12) 62 (10) 63 0.143 .551
Employment 56 (9) 62 (10) 81 0.613 .013
Financiala 81 (13) 100 (16) 81   
Healtha 94 (15) 100 (16) 94   
End of life care 19 (3) 25 (4) 81 0.455 .064
Medical benefitsa 100 (16) 100 (16) 100   
Medication administrationa 88 (14) 100 (16) 88   
Mental healtha 94 (15) 100 (16) 94   
Psychiatric 88 (14) 94 (15) 94 0.636 .006
Addiction support 75 (12) 56 (9) 81 0.600 .009
Cognitive support 31 (5) 44 (7) 63 0.213 .377
Mobility 38 (6) 44 (7) 69 0.355 .152
Caregiver 50 (8) 38 (6) 50 0.000 1.000
Family reunification 81 (13) 75 (12) 56 −0.273 .267
Cultural 75 (12) 50 (8) 63 0.250 .248
Legal 44 (7) 69 (11) 50 0.045 .838
Meal support 94 (15) 44 (7) 50 0.099 .362
  1. aMeasures of association could not be computed because correctional health care providers’ perceptions were a constant