Author(s): Kerem BERKMAN**
The erosion of welfare state practices from the 1980s to the present and the absence of national aged care policies create significant obstacles to the maintenance problem. Elderly care services consist of a lack of qualitative and quantitative capacity insufficiencies, the number of inadequate maintenance workers, the low number of qualified employees, the unequivocal and fragmented structure and services, and the fact that older individuals may have many different needs such as other individuals. In the near future, the problem of elderly care will be one of the most important social policy issues, along with the fundamental changes in the demographic structure and family structure. In the scope of the research, both the elderly individuals who received care and the caregivers were interviewed in order to demonstrate a holistic understanding of the care process. In the aged care process, it was concluded that structuring in a holistic, coordinated and different care model for the elderly, and providing improvements in the working conditions of the care workers may have important effects. On the other hand, a study examining the labor processes of the employees in the care services has not been encountered in the national and international summers. When the labor process theories are examined, it was determined that the labor process of the employees in the care services coincide with the hegemonic production regime and the hegemonic despotic production regime in Burawoy's work.