When Home Caregiving Ends: A Longitudinal Study of Outcomes for Caregivers of Relatives with Dementia

@article{Gold1995WhenHC,
  title={When Home Caregiving Ends: A Longitudinal Study of Outcomes for Caregivers of Relatives with Dementia},
  author={D. Gold and M. Reis and D. Markiewicz and D. Andres},
  journal={Journal of the American Geriatrics Society},
  year={1995},
  volume={43}
}
OBJECTIVES: To study caregivers' decisions to end home care for relatives with dementia; to study the changes in caregiver functioning over time. 
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