The purpose of this study was to present implications for empirical analysis of the structural relationship between the level of activities for senior citizens, self-efficacy, and life satisfaction and depression. In order to the survey was conducted For the elderly students who are enrolled in the Senior Citizens' Welfare Center and participating in the information service education in the G-metropolitan city. The method of data analysis was verified by the Regression and Hierarchical Regression analysis using the spss 22.0 statistical program. As a result, The level of activity for the elderly increases the level of self-efficac, The level of activity and self-efficacy of the elderly increased the level of living satisfaction of the elderly and It has been shown to lower the level of depression.
Self-efficacy has been shown to have a mediating effect in the relationship between senior citizens' level of information service activities and living satisfaction and depression. Based on these analysis results, a policy measure was proposed to enhance the level of activities for senior citizens.