Family caregivers' subjective experiences of satisfaction in dementia care: aspects of burden, subjective health and sense of coherence.

@article{Andrn2005FamilyCS,
  title={Family caregivers' subjective experiences of satisfaction in dementia care: aspects of burden, subjective health and sense of coherence.},
  author={Signe Andr{\'e}n and S{\"o}lve Elmst{\aa}hl},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of caring sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={
          157-68
        }
}
Family caregivers experience both positive and negative reactions in caregiving situations. There has been considerably less published about the positive aspects, however. The general aim of this study was to explore a previously developed instrument to study rewards gained by caregivers and to determine the factors associated with satisfaction in family members caring for patients with dementia living at home. The study group consisted of 153 such family members. Standardized interview… CONTINUE READING

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