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Nelson, David

End of life care for long-term neurological conditions: A meta-ethnographic review of the experiences of informal carers

Background: Family and friends are key providers of care for people living with a long-term neurological condition. Neurological conditions are a significant global contributor to disability and premature death.

Mon, 03/22/2021 - 10:36

Planning for the future: Exploring the experiences of older carers of adult children with a learning disability

Accessible summary: There are a large number of adults with learning disabilities who live with and are cared for by their parents.There is a need for interventions to support older carers with their caring role and to plan for a time when they can no longer continue caring.This research looked at a local support service in England that aimed to support carers over 55 who had an adult child with a learning disability living at home.Twelve carers were interviewed individually.The study highlights the unmet needs of older family carers and shows the value of support from a ca

Mon, 01/27/2020 - 13:06

Community and caregiver perceptions of giving care to seniors

Background: Family caregivers of seniors and disabled adults frequently bear the responsibility of aiding in instrumental activities of daily living and locating resources, often while raising their own families. As the demand for care rises, caregivers may experience declining physical health and increased social and emotional stress compared to their noncaregiving counterparts. This study aims to better understand the journey of unpaid family caregivers and identify opportunities for improvement across organizations, policies, systems, and teams.

Wed, 10/23/2019 - 15:57

Carers of people affected by cancer and other long-term conditions at end of life: A qualitative study of providing a bespoke package of support in a rural setting

Background: A UK charity, Macmillan Cancer Support has funded a local intervention, whereby carers of people affected by cancer and other long-term conditions at end of life are offered a bespoke package of support. Aim: This short report describes the qualitative experiences of carers in receipt of the intervention. Design: Qualitative research utilising in-depth interviews. Discussions were digitally recorded and transcribed verbatim.

Fri, 04/12/2019 - 14:33