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Effectiveness of interventions that assist caregivers to support people with dementia living in the community: a systematic review

The objective of this review was to assess the effectiveness of interventions that assist caregivers to provide support for people living with dementia in the community. Adult caregivers who provide support for people with dementia living in the community (non‐institutional care). Interventions designed to support caregivers in their role such as skills training, education to assist in caring for a person living with dementia and support groups/programs. Interventions of formal approaches to care designed to support caregivers in their role, care planning, case management and specially designated members of the healthcare team – for example dementia nurse specialist or volunteers trained in caring for someone with dementia. This review considered any meta‐analyses, systematic reviews, randomised control trials, quasi‐experimental studies, cohort studies, case control studies and observational studies without control groups that addressed the effectiveness of interventions that assist caregivers to provide support for people living with dementia in the community.

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Additional Titles
International Journal of Evidence‐Based Healthcare

Key Information

Type of Reference
Jour
ISBN/ISSN
1744-1595
Resource Database
Miscellaneous
Publication Year
2008
Issue Number
2
Volume Number
6
Start Page
137-172