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Fabius, Chanee D.

Racial Differences in Respite Use among Black and White Caregivers for People Living with Dementia

Objectives: To examine racial differences in respite utilization among a nationally representative sample of caregivers for persons living with dementia (PLwD). A secondary aim identified factors associated with respite utilization. Methods: Using data from the 2015 National Health and Aging Trends Study and National Study of Caregiving, we conducted binary logistic regression to examine racial difference in respite use among Black and white caregivers (n = 750). Results: 22% of the sample used respite for PLwD.

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 18:32

Race Differences in Characteristics and Experiences of Black and White Caregivers of Older Americans

Background and Objectives Racial disparities in health and socioeconomic characteristics of older adults have implications for the experiences of their family and unpaid caregivers, but knowledge to date has primarily drawn from convenience samples. Using a population-based sample, we examine associations between caregiver race and caregiving-related effects.

Mon, 12/14/2020 - 10:42