Subjective responses to caregiving for a spouse with dementia.

@article{Narayan2001SubjectiveRT,
  title={Subjective responses to caregiving for a spouse with dementia.},
  author={Suzanne M Narayan and Mary C. Lewis and Jane B. Tornatore and Kenneth W. Hepburn and Sheila Corcoran-Perry},
  journal={Journal of gerontological nursing},
  year={2001},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={
          19-28
        }
}
Family members, typically spouses, serve as the primary caregivers for individuals with dementia. While it is recognized that caregivers experience both positive and negative subjective responses to caregiving, relatively little research has been done on the relationship between these types of responses. The objectives of the study were to examine the relationships between and among spouse caregivers' positive and negative subjective responses to caregiving, and increase understanding of the… CONTINUE READING

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