Caregivers: Services and Information for Carers Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2019-12-27
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List of Carers - Caregivers Publications:
University of Southern California study finds Yelp reviews of nursing homes tend to focus more on staff attitudes, staff responsiveness and the physical facility itself than government reviews.
Major findings from the latest research on hospital palliative care according to study published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine, an official publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine.
Researchers examine characteristics of unpaid caregivers and note health-related tasks caregivers provided, and how caregiving affected care providers.
Satirical film starring Claire Sweeney highlights the indignity suffered by thousands of elderly people because of 15 minute care visits.
For years, California state has been hearing complaints that carers state-issued paychecks are often delayed for days or weeks in the In Home Support System.
Health Quality Ontario report finds distress, anger, depression and burnout growing among family members and friends looking after home care patients.
Study reveals LGBTQ communities face barriers to finding high quality home care that meet their unique needs.
Employers are finding themselves wanting to express compassion while simultaneously maintaining a productive workplace.
Information regarding the use of CareBots as an automated caregiver system for the elderly and people with disabilities.
New research shows the critical role relationships have in keeping a mother happy, healthy and able to give of herself.
N.Y. CARE Act will help New Yorkers when their loved ones go into the hospital and as they transition back home.
Amy Goyer shares insights into meeting the challenges of long-distance caregiving.
Remarks by Pope Francis came on the heels of a new survey showing self-neglect among the elderly is a growing problem that often goes unreported.
An estimated 4.1 million family caregivers provide the equivalent of $32 billion of care annually in New York state.
Study reveals women appear to provide as much elderly parent care as they can, while men contribute as little as possible.
Information on important safety issues for home healthcare workers as well as safety guidelines for patients receiving home care.
People with Alzheimer's are among those who are most vulnerable to abuse by those who are closest to them, often times people who have received little to no training in how to provide care.
Providing care for others can be stressful and has the potential to contribute to depression and serious illness.
Costs of providing care in a persons own home and community are much lower than providing the same quality of care in an institution.
Providing aging family members with extra care assisted living facilities and nursing homes will become increasingly important for many American families.
US House of Representatives voted to repeal CLASS program without offering alternative to address growing long term care crisis among middle class Americans.
Long-term care encompasses the support services people might need when they struggle with disability or chronic disease.
Information on how to choose a home health aide before making a hiring decision.
FCA new fact sheets detailing critical issues in caregiving and long-term care in the United States.
Controversies and court fights involving aging parents will rapidly grow in direct proportion to the aging U.S. population.
Three quarters of Brits would rather take on the burden of caring for elderly relatives then put them into a home.
Home Instead Senior Care study shows many people do not know how affordable home care can be as many overestimated cost by more than $6 an hour.
A new report by AARP Public Policy Institute found the economic value of unpaid care reached an estimated $450 billion.
Caring for elderly parents can be physically and emotionally overwhelming to both the parent and child.
The Caring Checklist compiled by Caring.com seasoned experts includes critical considerations for evaluating assisted living facilities.
Partnership to provide comprehensive Caregiver Training to Family Caregivers of eligible post-9/11 Veterans.
When a person experiences impairment or declining health, caregiving typically falls to a family member.
Majority of caregivers are impacted by the financial and emotional costs of caring for their loved ones.
Seniors in congregate living situations like assisted living or retirement communities experience greater subjective well-being.
Always Best Care of Flagler County employs professionals who excel in giving quality care with compassion and respect.
Americans significantly underestimate the impact that a family member long term care needs could have on their own lives.
New Carers Advisory Council will consider how young carers can be better supported and engaged.
Caring Hands is a support program for carers of people with arthritis in Ireland.
Long-term care is a combination of elements that enable us to live as well as possible how and where we want.
The SCAN Foundation Series of National Fact Sheets Highlighting Critical Issues on Long-Term Care.
Each of the DCSs questions targets a symptom of depression and measures negative thinking.
Cutting back on home health aide training increases employees injury risk and turnover intentions incurring more costs.
Caregivers learning how to navigate the system on behalf of their parents, grandparents and others.
Generation X baby boomers those born in the U.S between 1946 and 1964 are fast approaching retirement age.
Connection between empowering patients with information support and improved access to best available care.
Understanding and support for UK carers who provide vital care for their families friends and communities.
Chart of average home health care prices in America listed by state of residence.
Carers felt run down and were sharing the illness especially as time went on and death approached.
Carers working in residential homes need funding and support to upskill to ensure more older people have a home for life.
Intervention programs are expensive and many organizations can not offer programs or can reach only a small subset of stressed caregivers.
CareRunner website designed to provide non-professional caregivers with online tools information and support.
Home-care providers rally at Federal Courthouse in Oakland to prevent low-income seniors and disabled losing critical in home care services.
Australia acknowledges and supports the good work done by caregivers during carers week 2009.
More than 105000 patients treated by almost 900 agencies nationwide provide perspectives on their care for the annual Home Care Pulse Report.
Injury and hazards in home health care nursing are a growing concern.
Relatives and healthcare staff find it hard to diagnose pain levels in nursing home residents accurately.
Better understanding the daily needs and struggles of unpaid caregivers of people with diabetes.
Senior assistance to help Seniors stay in their homes and keep them involved in social activities without taking away their independence.
Allowance of $400 a month to family caregivers helping relieve financial toll incurred when families undertake to care for people at home.
An article presenting an outline of the Certified Nursing Assistant Code of Ethics.
Massachusetts aging and disability information locator taps alliance as home care source.
The imputed economic contribution to the Canadian healthcare system of middle-aged and older unpaid caregivers providing care to the elderly.
Information and references for finding a qualified and reliable caregiver for seniors children and persons with a disability or health condition.
Caregivers of children with special health care needs often do not get the respite care they need.
How to choose a home health care services that provides help with errands and chores to skilled medical care from nurses and therapists.
Caregiving tips for Alzheimer patients who suffer from anxiety when exposed to noise or larger number of people.
Half of family carers of people with dementia report abusive behavior towards person they are caring for one third report significant levels of abuse.
Research shows many of us are more comfortable with the term family caregiver as it implies emotional connection between care giver and care receiver.
An increasing number of caregivers are taking care of an elderly parent or someone in the family who is disabled.
The daily demands of caregiving for someone nearing the end of life can be emotionally and physically draining for caregivers.
Safety tips for caregivers to know the hazards around the home and how to take the necessary precautions.
Hints and tips including things to look for when hiring a caregiver for a family member.
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