Caregiving: A Guide for Those who Give Care and Those who Receive it
By focusing on the various facets of the caregiving experience, the authors sensitize professionals to the ways in which caregiving is affected by the conditions, personalities, capabilities, and wishes of both the caregivers and the care recipients. Chapters explore the range of care receivers from frail elderly to young children, and the difference in caregiving styles and options.
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Determinants and Conditions of Caregiving
Who Are the Care Recipients?
Who Are the Caregivers?
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Caregiving: A Guide for Those Who Give Care and Those Who Receive it
Victoria E. Bumagin,Kathryn F. Hirn
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