Track: Business Management
This study examines and analyses the effect of education and financial ability on elderly care through health services in Durikumba Public Health Center, Karossa District, Central Mamuju Regency. This research design uses a quantitative approach with survey research design and path analysis, namely determining the direct and indirect effect of the variables to be studied. The population in this study were all families who have or care for older people aged 60 years to 75 years and over as many as 273 populations recorded as caring for the elderly in Durikumba Public Health Center’s working area Karossa District, Central Mamuju Regency. The number of samples in this study using accidental sampling where the determination of the model using the Slovin formula with a tolerable error rate of 0.05%, the number of pieces in this study were 162 respondents. The results showed that the financial ability of elderly care did not have a significant effect. In contrast, education on elderly care through health services had a positive and significant effect, and education and economic capacity for health services had a positive and significant effect.