Introduction: The quality of life in the elderly is one of the problems that today in our country is most violated, since older adults do not have the basic needs so that they can have an optimal quality of life for their health, so the objective of the study is to determine the quality of life in the administrative workers of the education of a UGEL in North Lima.
Methods: It is a quantitative, descriptive-transversal study, with a total population of 122 older adults who solved a questionnaire of sociodemographic data and the instrument for the evaluation of quality of life.
Results: In their results, 13.1% (n=16) of older adults have poor quality of life, 73% (n=89) moderately good quality of life and 13.9% (n=17) good quality of life.
Conclusions: In conclusion, a prioritization should be made in older adults with respect to their quality of life in order to identify their needs and improve their health with family support and in turn with counseling by health professionals.
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