Handbook on Dementia Caregiving: Evidence-Based Interventions for Family Caregivers
Springer Publishing Company, 9 feb 2000 - 330 pagine
This collection provides a comprehensive analysis of intervention approaches to dementia caregiving. It reviews the existing knowledge and provides a conceptual framework for organizing caregiver interventions of all types. Of special interest is the design of an intervention study for a culturally diverse community. The volume concludes with a discussion of how to translate intervention research into public policy, with an assessment of the future of caregiving and caregiving intervention research.
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For example , it is not wise to suggest that it is in any way “ dysfunctional ” for the
daughter - in - law to assume full caregiving responsibilities for a mother - in - law
with advanced dementia with no help from that person's three grown daughters ...
The existing empirical literature on bereavement effects in a caregiving context
suggest several conclusions . Overall , the preponderance of findings suggest
that caregivers experience relatively little difficulty in the long term ( 1 year or
more ) ...
As applied to caregiving , these theories suggest that caregivers have implicit
ideas about best care practices with dementia patients ( e.g. , keep routines
normal and unchanged ) . As suggested in Figure 7.1 , a theory of best care may
lead to ...
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Richard Schulz, PhD
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