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Characteristics of dementia family caregivers who use paid professional in-home respite care.

Caring for a person with dementia can be difficult, particularly when it comes to support services like respite. Of the types of respite, there is limited study on paid specialist in-home care specific to family caregivers of PLWD. This research was designed to determine the characteristics of dementia caregivers using paid in-home respite. Future studies will explore developments in the use of paid in-home respite services and the general landscape of respite options for dementia caregivers.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/01621424.2022.2098083


A Narrative Review of Pediatric Respite Care Initiatives in the United States.

A key unmet need, according to families of children in palliative care, is a lack of respite services. The study's aim was to perform a national assessment of pediatric respite care services to identify and describe how states provide and support respite care for children. In a variety of ways, Medicaid waivers were used to fund respite care, state-funded programs that provide respite, and philanthropy-based respite services.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1097/NJH.0000000000000867


The Effects of in-Home Respite Care on the Burden of Caregivers in Taiwan.

The utilization of respite care in Taiwan is low, and recent studies that looked at the effects of in-home respite care on caregiver burden are limited. This two-wave panel study looked at the effect of in-home respite care on caregiver burdens using Taiwan's long-term care plan 1. 0 database and included 2342 care recipient-caregiver dyads who used home services to investigate the effects of in-home respite care on caregiver outcomes. After receiving in-home respite care for more than 14 days, the service user's caregiver burden scores of service users decreased significantly compared to those of non-users and caregiver burden scores decreased significantly.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/07334648211073876


Profiles of French young carers taking part in an arts and respite care program.

Young carers are children and adolescents who provide consistent, ongoing assistance to a relative with a health condition. Only one programme exists to help them: the national association JADE's arts and respite care program. The aim of this report is to explore the profiles of YCs who completed the program in order to assess their hopes, beliefs, and quality of life over the course of the program. All YCs who enrolled in the program between 2017 and 2020 were encouraged to participate in the study. The majority of YCs extended assistance to a parent or sibling with a persistent somatic disorder. The characteristics of French YCs in this programme were similar to those seen internationally. The results highlight the importance of repite and the benefits such a program can bring to YCs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13769

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