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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 changesExpand
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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 careExpand
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The Critical-Ecological Framework: Advancing Knowledge, Practice, and Policy on Older Adult Abuse
The abuse of older adults in our society is a recognized yet understudied issue compared to other forms of family violence. Within this article, research, theory, and practice in family violence andExpand
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Job Satisfaction: Insights from Home Support Care Workers in Three Canadian Jurisdictions
RÉSUMÉ Cette étude, utilisant des méthodes mixtes, a permis de déterminer les caractéristiques personnelles et professionnelles qui déterminent la satisfaction au travail des travailleurs de soutienExpand
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Compensating family caregivers: an analysis of tax initiatives and pension schemes.
Saint Vincent Un ivers ity, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and P am ela Fancey, M A, is an Ins titution An alyst at Mount Sain t Vincent Un ivers ity. An earlier version of th is paper w as p resented at theExpand
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'Not another form!': lessons for implementing carer assessment in health and social service agencies.
This article addresses some of the issues that need to be considered in implementing carer assessment in health and social service agencies. It is based on findings from three studies involving theExpand
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Work and Eldercare: Reciprocity Between Older Mothers and Their Employed Daughters*
ABSTRACT This research broadens the understanding of the relationship between paid work and caregiving by including the contribution of the older “care recipient”. Using selected aspects of socialExpand
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