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Burden and coping strategies of caregivers to Alzheimer's patients.
The investigators of this project examined several coping strategies used by caregivers of Alzheimer's disease patients and the relationship of those strategies to the caregivers' subjective sense ofExpand
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Exploring the Caregiver Burden Inventory (CBI): Further Evidence for a Multidimensional View of Burden
The purpose of this study was to examine the multidimensional nature of caregiver burden by specifically analyzing the patterns of association between five dimensions of burden as measured by theExpand
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Coping and Caregiver Well-Being: The Impact of Maladaptive Strategies
With a national sample of 597 caregivers of non-institutionalized dementia patients, we examine the specific coping strategies that caregivers use and how they are associated with negative andExpand
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Autism spectrum disorder and the applied collaborative approach: a review of community based participatory research and participatory action research
The quest to understand ASD is monumental, dramatic and paradigmatically shifting. Research advances in ASD challenge the traditional understanding of autism and call for a “reconceptualization” ofExpand
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Older Adults' Attitudes, Concerns, and Support for Environmental Issues in the “New West”
The natural environment has been a missing topic from education and public policy forums concerning an aging society. This study examines demographic trends and several socio-demographic influencesExpand
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Video Respite: an innovative resource for family, professional caregivers, and persons with dementia.
The development of a new and promising resource for family, professional caregivers, and persons with dementia is detailed in this article. The concept, Video Respite, refers to the initial goal ofExpand
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Spiritual support for caregivers of dementia patients
Dementia is considered the “major psychiatric disorder of old age” and affects over 4 million people in the United States. As Alzheimer's disease and other dementias progress, the patient can becomeExpand
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