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  • 1.What Do Family Caregivers Do?
    Family caregivers operate as extensions of health care systems performing complex medical and therapeutic tasks and ensuring care recipient adherence to therapeutic regimens.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 2.How Caregivers Reach Psychologists
    Psychologists may need to open themselves to noticing caregivers’ needs in settings where psychological services are provided, and may need to reach out to offer services relevant to caregiving concerns.
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  • 3.Major Areas of Study
    Study areas include the effects of interventions or public policies on caregivers; psychological, social, health, and economic impact of caregiving; and caregiving for specific conditions or disabilities and populations.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 4.The Revised Memory and Behavior Problems Checklist
    This checklist measures observable behavioral problems in the loved one with dementia, in the categories of memory-related problems, affective distress and disruptive behaviors.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 5.Psychologists as Researchers
    Family caregiver research on the consequences of short- and long-term caregiving for Alzheimer’s dementia, breast cancer, developmental disabilities, etc., plus spousal caregiving and cultural and community contexts (e.g., Latino or rural). Profiles of Joseph E. Gaugler, PhD, Debra J. Lobato, PhD, and Gael I. Orsmond, PhD show how this research has positively impacted the field.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 6.Risks for Family Caregivers
    Family caregivers experience stress and disruption of their own well-being and social activities and are at risk for increased mortality, coronary heart disease and stroke.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 7.Variations for Practice with Culturally Diverse Groups
    Factors such as socioeconomic status; gender; age; cultural/ethnic traditions, values and beliefs; minority status; and degrees of acculturation and assimilation can affect caregiving.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 8.Coping with Caregiver Stress and Burden
    Questionnaires and interviews on caregiver stress and burden, coping with caregiving and family context.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 9.Psychologists as Educators
    Psychologists can teach the public about caregiver subpopulations (dementia, chronically ill children, developmentally disabled adults), stress management tips and psychological and medical consequences of caregiving.# Cultural differences
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 10.Young Caregivers
    Many children provide care for an older adult or a sibling, including medication, testing and communicating with doctors. They experience anxiety, depression and isolation.
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