Family caregiving, family dynamics, and preparedness for the transition to end-of-life care
Taking on the role of family caregiver to an adult family member with health or functional needs can be a time consuming, stressful, and physically demanding responsibility, and often leads to adverse psychological or physical outcomes. As family members near the end of their life, their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual care needs may become increasingly complex, and family caregivers are an integral part of providing care and comfort during this time. Yet, individuals providing end-of-life (EOL) care for a family member are vulnerable to additional emotional and psychological stress ...
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Fox, Aimee Lynn
Fruhauf, Christine A.; Sharp, Julia L.
Embargo Expires: 09/03/2022
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