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The Care Continues: Responsibility for Elderly Relatives Before and After Admission to a Long Term Care Facility*
The Care Continues: Responsibility for Elderly Relatives Before and After Admission to a Long Term Care Facility* Interviews with 214 family members are analyzed to investigate how caregiving changes… Expand
Care management and care provision for older relatives amongst employed informal care-givers
ABSTRACT This paper examines care management, or ‘managerial care’, a type of informal care for older adults that has been relatively neglected by researchers. While previous research has… Expand
Factors Predicting Relocation Among Older Adults
Having a greater understanding of what influences the older adults decisions to move and the characteristics of older adults who are more likely to move is valuable to help plan for the housing needs… Expand
Impacts on practitioners of using research-based carer assessment tools: experiences from the UK, Canada and Sweden, with insights from Australia.
- N. Guberman, E. Nicholas, M. Nolan, Doris Rembicki, U. Lundh, Janice A. Keefe
- Health & social care in the community
- 1 July 2003
Researchers and practitioners in several Western countries have recently developed tools for assessing the situation of the carers of adults who are ill, elderly or have disabilities. The present… Expand
A Profile of Social Isolation in Canada
Bridging Policy and Research in Eldercare
A new paradigm for continuing care policy has emerged that is based on assumptions about the benefits of caring partnerships and client-centred care delivery. Such assumptions place the interface… Expand
Caregivers' Aspirations, Realities, and Expectations: The CARE Tool
Caregivers to family and friends are increasingly recognized as essential players in the continued shift of care of dependent populations to the community. Currently, Canadian provincial home care… Expand
Development and validation of the double duty caregiving scale.
- C. Ward-Griffin, Janice A. Keefe, A. Martin-Matthews, M. Kerr, J. Brown, A. Oudshoorn
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue…
- 15 September 2009
In order to gain an understanding of double duty caregiving (DDC), defined here as the provision of care to elderly relatives by practising health professionals, a DDC scale has been developed. This… Expand