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Extending Alzheimer"s support group intervention to ethnic minority caregivers
J. Neil Henderson
by University of South Florida, Suncoast Gerontology Center in [Tampa, Fla.?]
Written in English
|Statement||J. Neil Henderson and Marcela Gutierrez-Mayka.|
|Contributions||Gutiérrez-Mayka, Marcela., University of South Florida. Suncoast Gerontology Center., United States. Administration on Aging.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||103|
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Get this from a library. Extending Alzheimer's support group intervention to ethnic minority caregivers. [J Neil Henderson; Marcela Gutiérrez-Mayka; University of South Florida. Suncoast Gerontology Center.; United States.
Administration on Aging.]. Get this from a library. Extending Alzheimer's support group intervention to ethnic minority caregivers. [J Neil Henderson; Marcela Gutiérrez-Mayka; University of South Florida. Suncoast Gerontology Center.].
Extending Alzheimer’s support group intervention to ethnic minority caregivers. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, Suncoast Gerontology Center, Kaiser Permanente National Diversity Council. A provider’s handbook on culturally competent care: Latino population. [?], CA: Kaiser Permanente, Family caregivers are critical partners in the plan of care for patients with chronic illnesses.
Nurses should be concerned with several issues that affect patient safety and quality of care as the reliance on family caregiving grows.
Improvement can be obtained through communication and caregiver support to strengthen caregiver competency and teach caregivers new skills Cited by: Methods: Three focus group discussions were carried out with dementia caregivers (2) and health professionals (1) to understand the requirements of an online training and support program from.
A day structured caregiver intervention program delayed institutionalization of care recipients over 7 years without sacrificing the psychological health of caregivers or increasing usage of health services and dementia drugs, and with significant cost savings within 3 years.
In a year longitudinal study of spousal caregivers Cited by: Some important areas to explore in this regard include 1) how the family's ethnic, cultural, or national background impacts their experience in the hospital and with caregivers 2) whether the family is a member of the dominant ethnicity in the medical environment or is in the minority (special attention should be directed to immigrant and /5.
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Allen co-leads the M2OVE-AD molecular profiling working group, and she is a contributing participant in the Accelerating Medicines Partnership for Alzheimer's Disease (AMP-AD) consortium. AMIEE ALOI Ms. Aloi is Director of Advocacy and Government Relations at bgC3, the private office of Bill Gates.
Consultations must include health care providers, caregivers and people with dementia. The consultation process should include groups with special needs – including, where appropriate, indigenous and minority ethnic populations, migrant groups, and younger people with dementia.
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The intention is to act. Easier access to information to support caregivers -- HHS' new website,offers resources and support to those facing Alzheimer's disease and their friends and family.
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The twelve studies identified used a variety of intervention approaches including support group, counseling, cognitive stimulation, skill training, and notebook-keeping. This review suggests that intervention programs for early-stage dementia caregiving dyads were.
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