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Reliability and validity of a Japanese version of the psychosocial assessment tool for families of children with cancer

Background: Patients with childhood cancer and their families frequently experience psychosocial distress associated with cancer and its treatment. We thus examined the reliability and validity of a Japanese version of the Psychosocial Assessment Tool, which was designed to screen for psychosocial risk factors among families of children with cancer.

Tue, 12/20/2022 - 12:27

Stress and the Home Environment in Caregivers of Children with Sickle Cell

Objective: Caregivers of young children with chronic illnesses are at high risk for elevated levels of stress and mental health symptoms. This study examined stress and mental health symptoms as well as the socioeconomic status (SES) and home environments of a cohort of caregivers of infants and toddlers with sickle cell disease (SCD).

Tue, 12/20/2022 - 11:31

Responsive Parenting Behaviors and Cognitive Function in Children With Sickle Cell Disease

Objective: Children with sickle cell disease (SCD) are at increased risk for cognitive impairment as a result in part from biological characteristics of the disease; however, limited research has explored possible social and contextual factors associated with risk for cognitive problems.

Tue, 12/13/2022 - 12:32

Predictors of Caregiver Burden in Huntington's Disease

Objective: Huntington's disease (HD) is a genetic neurodegenerative condition that is characterized by cognitive, motor, and psychiatric dysfunction. Objectives: The purpose of this study was to explore which disease characteristics influence caregiver burden in HD. Methods: Fifty participants with HD and 50 of their caregivers participated in the study at the University of South Florida.

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 14:36

Income-related inequalities in informal care: Evidence from the longitudinal healthy longevity survey in China

Objectives: This report aims to examine income-related inequalities in informal care among older people with functional limitations in China. Methods: Data are drawn from the 2005, 2008, 2011, and 2014 waves of the Chinese Longitudinal Healthy Longevity Survey. Erreygers concentration index, concentration index, and horizontal inequity index are used to examine inequalities in informal care.

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 10:52

Impact of COVID-19 restrictions on carers of persons with dementia in the UK: a qualitative study

Background: informal carers provide the majority of the support for persons with dementia living at home. Restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 have had a profound impact on the daily life of the entire population. This study provides insight into the impact of these restrictions on carers of people with dementia living at home. Methods: qualitative semi-structured interviews. PARTICIPANTS: purposive sample of carers who provide at least 10 hours of care a week for the person with dementia living at home.UK.

Fri, 09/02/2022 - 20:44

Health-Related Quality of Life: A Comparative Analysis of Caregivers of People with Dementia, Cancer, COPD/Emphysema, and Diabetes and Noncaregivers, 2015-2018 BRFSS

Background: Many informal caregivers experience significant caregiving burden and report worsening healthrelated quality of life (HRQoL). Caregiver HRQoL may vary by disease context, but this has rarely been studied.

Fri, 09/02/2022 - 14:40

Relationship Between Caregiver Uncertainty, Problem-Solving, and Psychological Adjustment in Pediatric Cancer

Objective: The current study examined the roles of constructive and dysfunctional problem-solving strategies in the relationships between illness uncertainty and adjustment outcomes (i.e., anxious, depressive, and posttraumatic stress symptoms) in caregivers of children newly diagnosed with cancer.

Fri, 09/02/2022 - 11:08

Taking a Break: Daily Respite Effects of Adult Day Services as Objective and Subjective Time Away From Caregiving

Background and Objectives: Adult day services (ADS) can provide emotional and physical relief for caregivers of persons with dementia. While prior studies conceptualized ADS use at the aggregate level as a dichotomous construct, little is known about objective and subjective respite as distinct constructs. This study investigated how objective and subjective breaks from caregiving were associated with caregivers' daily emotional well-being.

Thu, 09/01/2022 - 11:56

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