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Psychosocial resources contributing to resilience in Austrian young carers-A study using photo novella

Caring for their chronically ill or disabled family members is a responsibility that may be assumed by children and adolescents ("young carers") and may affect young carers' lives in many ways. Some young carers may experience long-term adverse health effects related to their early caring responsibilities and others may demonstrate healthy adaptation.

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 18:06

Psychoeducational intervention on burden and emotional well-being addressed to informal caregivers of people with dementia

Background In dementia it is necessary that a family member become an informal caregiver. This labour has social, physical and emotional repercussions on the caregiver's health. The objective was to assesses the impact of the INFOSA-DEM intervention on burden and emotional well-being among caregivers of people with dementia, evaluating the effects at 3 and 6 months. Method We adopted an experimental, non-randomised design with an intervention group and a control group.

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 17:34

Prevalence of dementia and quality of life of caregivers of people living with dementia in Malaysia

Aim: Dementia is the major cause of disability among older persons and leading physical and psychological sequelae for both the person living with dementia (PLwD) and their caregivers. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of dementia in Malaysia and identify the factors influencing quality of life (QoL) of caregivers of PLwD.; Methods: A nationwide survey was conducted among individuals aged ≥60 years. Cognition was assessed with the Identification and Intervention for Dementia in Elderly Africans (IDEA) tool.

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 16:25

Post-discharge medicines management: the experiences, perceptions and roles of older people and their family carers

Background Multiple changes are made to older patients' medicines during hospital admission, which can sometimes cause confusion and anxiety. This results in problems with post-discharge medicines management, for example medicines taken incorrectly, which can lead to harm, hospital readmission and reduced quality of life. Aim To explore the experiences of older patients and their family carers as they enacted post-discharge medicines management.

Tue, 04/06/2021 - 14:43

Life‐space mobility in dementia patients and family caregivers: A dyadic approach

Background and objective: Given that most dementia care is provided at home by family caregivers, caregivers' health and outdoor activities may influence persons with dementia (PWDs)' mobility. At the same time, PWDs' functional deterioration and mobility changes might affect mobility behaviours in their caregivers. The aims of this pilot study were to examine the relationship of PWD's life‐space mobility (LSM) with their caregiver's LSM and to investigate the role of caregiver and PWD characteristics in determining the level of LSM in both PWDs and caregivers.

Mon, 04/05/2021 - 18:20

Investigating the psychometric properties of the Carers' Fall Concern instrument to measure carers' concern for older people at risk of falling at home: A cross‐sectional study

Aims: This study aimed to investigate the psychometric properties of the Carers' Fall Concern Instrument (CFC‐I) for measuring carers' concern for older people (care recipients) at risk of falling. Background: Family carers are crucial in preventing older people from falling at home. Their concerns for older people at risk of falling have severe implications on carers' psychological well‐being and ability to prevent falls. However, there is no validated instrument measuring this concern.

Mon, 04/05/2021 - 16:17

Integration of family caregivers in delirium prevention care for hospitalized older adults: A case study analysis

Aim To understand how family caregivers of older adults hospitalized for orthopaedic surgery are integrated by nurses in delirium prevention care. Design Multiple case study. Methods The sample consisted of eight cases. Each case comprised an older adult, a family caregiver, and a nurse. Data were collected from September 2017 - April 2018 through various instruments, including semi-structured interviews and family caregiver logs.

Mon, 04/05/2021 - 16:01

Important components for Dutch in-home care based on qualitative interviews with persons with dementia and informal caregivers

Background Dementia care in the Netherlands is increasingly dependent on informal care and has the aim to keep persons with dementia at home for as long as possible. However, little is known about the preferences and needs of people with dementia living at home. Including people with dementia and their informal caregivers in research and policy creation could help to identify necessary forms of support, and tailor care to their personal preferences and needs.

Mon, 04/05/2021 - 15:25

Group cognitive behavioural therapy for family caregivers of people with dementia: A single-arm pilot study

No abstract. Discusses a  trial in Japan to demonstrate feasibility and efficacy of a multi‐component intervention for caregivers of people with dementia comprising CBT and positive psychology.

Mon, 03/29/2021 - 15:55

Gender differences in the manifestation of burden among family caregivers of people with mental disorders

This is a cross-sectional study conducted with 537 family caregivers of people with mental disorders. The objective was to quantify the degree of burden experienced by men and women, and identify the most affected dimensions of their lives and the factors associated with burden manifestation by gender. The Zarit Burden Interview (ZBI) scale was used to assess burden. Mean burden was 22.8 points (SD = 6.3) for men and 27.8 points (SD = 17.8) for women.

Mon, 03/29/2021 - 15:39

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