Table 2: Association between sociodemographic characteristics and mental and physical status ( = 109 older adults with dementia).

VariableMujeres f (%)Hombres f (%)Total f (%OR

Gender
 Women69 (63.3)69 (63.3)14.22.20–17.41
 Men 40 (36.7)40 (36.7)
Age groups (years). Mean = 71.6, standard deviation (SD) = 8.3
 60–6912 (11.0)12 (11.0)24 (22.0)47.739.70–56.91
 70–7920 (18.35)16 (14.67)36 (33.02)
 80–8927 (24.77)10 (9.17)37 (33.94)
 90–998 (7.33)2 (1.83)10 (9.17)
 100–1102 (1.83)0 (0.0)2 (1.83)
Education (years). Mean = 4.12 (3.62 for women and 4.67 for men) ( ).
13 (11.92)10 (9.17)23 (21.10)21.212.20–32.40
 1–439 (35.77)21 (19.26)60 (55.04)
 5-615 (13.76)8 (7.33)23 (21.10)
 7>2 (1.83)1 (0.91)3 (2.75)
Marital status
 Married or free union38 (34.86)27 (24.77)65 (55.5)5.414.79–7.87
 Single, widowed, or divorced31 (28.44)13 (11.92)44 (44.5)
Retired status
 Pension7 (6.4)12 (11.1)19 (17.5)11.29.20–19.40
 No pension62 (56.88)28 (25.68)90 (82.5)
Depression
 Yes24 (22.0)11 (10.1)35 (32.1)2.562.31–4.80
 Not45 (88.0)29 (89.9)74 (67.9)
Dependency for activities of daily living
 Yes59 (85.50)19 (47.50)78 (71.55)6.053.4–9.6
 Not10 (14.50)21 (52.50)31 (28.45)