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  • 1.Caregiver Briefcase for Psychologists
    An online resource on family caregiving, including common problems, how to reach caregivers, psychologists' roles, assessment tools and effective interventions, and resources for diverse populations and age groups.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 2.Resources for Psychologists
    Reports, videos, handouts, magazine articles and websites providing information on treating and studying caregivers, including training and cultural competency.
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  • 3.Resources for Educators
    Recommended books, articles, movies and online resources for educators incorporating family caregiving, autism, dementia and Alzheimer's disease into their academic courses or training.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 4.Multicultural Caregiving
    List of multicultural caregiving web resources for women, Asian Americans, African Americans, Latinos and American Indians.
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  • 5.Advocacy Resources
    Learn how to be an effective advocate for psychology and caregivers and find organizations involved in issues of aging, the elderly and caregiving.
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  • 6.Acknowledgements
    Special thanks to the members of the APA Presidential Task Force on Caregivers.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 7.Assessment Tools
    Clinicians need to tailor their assessment depending on the characteristics of the caregiver (e.g. age, cultural background), and the care recipient (e.g. age and specific medical problem or disability).
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 8.Understudied Topics
    Research on caregivers should focus on the impact on health, stress and family relationships; special needs of diverse cultural, racial and ethnic groups; and special needs of diverse diseases and disabilities.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 9.Challenges in Studies of Caregiving in Pediatrics
    Challenges in pediatric caregiving studies include problems of small cohorts, child specific and community-specific factors.
    Web Page (January 2011)
  • 10.How Caregiving is Defined
    Some studies require a minimum amount of care (e.g., 4 hours per day or help with at least one activity). Others require a level of impairment (e.g. two impairments in instrumental activities of daily living).
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