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  • 1.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)
  • 2.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)
  • 3.Social Problem-Solving Telephone Partnerships Skill Training
    This tool eases the transition of stroke survivors from the rehabilitation hospital to the home and community through problem-solving and planning.
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  • 4.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)
  • 5.Cultural Diversity and Caregiving
    Ethnic minority caregivers had a lower socioeconomic status, received more support from family members and friends, provided more care than White caregivers and had worse physical health.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 6.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)
  • 7.Innovative Methods
    Research draws on large, population based samples with measures of health and biological functioning to study the effects of caregiving strain on incident disease and mortality.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 8.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)
  • 9.Who Are Family Caregivers?
    Almost a third of the adult U.S. population is a caregiver for an ill or disabled relative, the majority are female and many are employed part- or full-time.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 10.Family Caregivers' Needs Are Often Invisible
    Caregiving takes time from support sources like colleagues, spouses, children, friends and task-oriented groups or clubs and activities are limited by distance and mobility and difficulties in obtaining respite care.
    Web Article (January 2011)
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