Carers continuing to care after residential care placement.

@article{Moore2015CarersCT,
  title={Carers continuing to care after residential care placement.},
  author={Kirsten J Moore and Briony Dow},
  journal={International psychogeriatrics},
  year={2015},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={
          877-80
        }
}
One of the most difficult times for family carers is when the person they care for moves into a residential care home. Although they are relieved to some extent of the day-to-day tasks of caring, they lose the company of their loved one, which can be especially difficult for spouse carers. It is not always easy to obtain residential placement near to the carer's home, so carers may have to travel some distance to see the person they care for, which they often do on a daily basis. Furthermore… CONTINUE READING
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