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Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress

A Clinical Guide

by David W., Coon

  • 347 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Springer Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Counselling,
  • Hospital administration & management,
  • Social welfare & social services,
  • Psychiatric Nursing,
  • Mental Health,
  • Family relationships,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Nursing - Gerontology,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Medical / Health Care Delivery,
  • Medical : Mental Health,
  • Medical : Nursing - Gerontology,
  • Nursing,
  • Mental health services,
  • Nursing - Psychiatric,
  • Hospital Administration,
  • Patients,
  • Care,
  • Caregivers,
  • Dementia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8165911M
    ISBN 100826148018
    ISBN 109780826148018

    Gallagher-Thompson D, Hargrave R, Hinton L et al. Interventions in a Multicultural Society. IN D. Coon, D Gallagher-Thompson, LW Thompson (Eds), Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress. New York City: Springer Publishing


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Innovative approaches include the value of partnering with primary care physicians to improve quality of life for both patient and caregiver and the use of technological advances to help distressed caregivers.

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[David W Coon; Dolores Gallagher-Thompson; Larry W Thompson] -- Increasing evidence has demonstrated that caregivers of dementia victims are at risk for depression and other medical problems.

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Innovative interventions to reduce dementia caregiver distress: a clinical guide, by David Coon, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson and Larry Thompson, Springer Publishing, Presents a broad array of practical strategies for reducing caregiver distress, including interventions for specific populations.

Innovative interventions to reduce dementia caregiver distress: A clinical guide. NY: Springer Publishing Company. This edited book contains chapters on novel interventions with caregivers in addition to addressing such topics as: how to use technology to reduce caregivers’ distress and how to partner effectively with managed care.

He also served as the lead editor of Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress and is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America.

Jo T. McCord, is a Family Consultant with the Bay Area Caregiver Resource Center (CRC) in San Francisco, CA.

She received her Master of Arts in Gerontology degree from San Francisco State University. Interventions that are individually tailored to the caregiver are particularly effective at reducing caregiver burden and should be further investigated.

The use of effective pharmacological treatment for the improvement and/or stabilisation of AD symptoms in the patient is also likely to improve caregiver burden. Thirty one reviews addressed the effects of interventions and 14 addressed the results of correlational studies of factors associated with stress and coping.

Of the 31 systematic reviews dealing with intervention studies, 22 focused on caregivers, 6 focused on people with dementia and 3 Cited by:   The first two interventions were standard caregiver support interventions, which involved psychoeducation about dementia itself, and strategies to cope with the specific problems that arise in the process of caregiving.

Evidence-based psycho- logical treatments for distress in family caregivers of older adults. Psychology and Aging, 22, The focus of this article is on the person with dementia; readers who are particularly interested in psychosocial interventions to provide support to caregivers are referred to a review of evidence-based caregiver interventions by Gallagher-Thompson.

16 For a more extensive review and evaluation of evidence-based interventions for individuals. Dignity and grace: wisdom for caregivers and those living with dementia / by: Ramsey, Janet L., Published: () Innovative interventions to reduce dementia caregiver distress a clinical guide / by: Coon, David W.

Published: (). Acton, G., & Kang, J. Interventions to reduce the burden of caregiving for an adult with dementia: A meta-analysis. Research in Nursing & Author: Ronald W. Toseland, Tamara L. Smith, Kimberly P. McClive-Reed. CFT is appropriate for aging families with caregiving responsibility for an adult.

The therapy is designed for two family types: families caring for aging persons with late-onset cognitive impairment due to dementia (e.g., Alzheimer's disease), stroke, or other age-related brain dysfunction. Kuhn D. () Handbook of Dementia Caregiving: Evidenced-Based Interventions for Family.

Caregivers and Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress: A Clinical. Guide. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 18 (3). Kuhn D. Creating Successful Dementia Care Settings. American Journal of Alzheimer’s. Disease. A Caregiver's Guide to Dementia: Using Activities and Other Strategies to Prevent, Reduce, and Manage Behavioral Symptoms Book June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Outcome measures for dementia caregiver interventions are wide ranging and have primarily included caregiver knowledge, burden, self-efficacy, psychological morbidity (anxiety/depression), upset, confidence, skills, and desire or time to caregiver placement of the person with dementia.

Good News for Dementia Care: Caregiver Interventions Reduce Behavioral Symptoms in People With Dementia and Family Distress D ementia has devastating social, economic, and emotional consequences not only for patients but also for their family caregivers (1, 2).

It is a critical public. Read the full-text online edition of Nursing Home Ethics: Everyday Issues Affecting Residents with Dementia (). Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress a Clinical Guide Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress a Clinical Guide   Good news for dementia care: caregiver interventions reduce behavioral symptoms in people with dementia and family distress.

The American Journal of Psychiatry,– doi: /ed by: 8. Family caregivers of the elderly are growing in number and the care they are called upon to deliver in industrialized countries is becoming increasingly demanding and complex. Empirical research shows that the caregiving situation can have a significant impact on the health of these caregivers often on account of stress, physical and psychological exhaustion, and a sense of being by: 5.

He also served as the lead editor of Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress and is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America. Jo T. McCord, is a Family Consultant with the Bay Area Caregiver Resource Center (CRC) in San Francisco, CA.

There are nearly 18 million people with dementia in the world, 1 and the number of adults that provide care to relatives with dementia is growing. 2 89 million people care for people with dementia 3 in the USA, and on the basis of dementia rates, more than people provide dementia care in the UK.

1 Carers provide these unpaid services to society and their family members at substantial Cited by: of a non-pharmacological home-based intervention to reduce behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) and caregiver distress.

The study targets stressed racially diverse family caregivers providing in-home care to persons with moderate stage dementia with one or more behavioral disturbances.

Dementia caregivers often experience loss and grief related to general caregiver burden, physical, and mental health problems. Through qualitative content analysis, this study analyzed intervention strategies applied by therapists in a randomized-controlled trial in Germany to assist caregivers in managing losses and associated by: Promising results from a pilot study to reduce distress in Vietnamese American dementia and memory loss caregivers.

evidence-based skill-building program to reduce stress and depression of Vietnamese American dementia caregivers. Caregiver intervention. Health Author: Van M. Ta Park, Vy Ton, Quyen Q.

Tiet, Quyen Vuong, Gwen Yeo, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson. Hargrave, R. “Caregivers of African American Elderly with Dementia: A Review and Analysis.” Annals of Long-Term Care 14(10): Hargrave, R.

“Neuropsychological Assessment of Dementia in African American Older adults” in Ethncity and the Dementias, G. Yeo and D. Gallagher-Thompson, New York, Taylor & Francis.

He has directed and currently directs a number of intervention projects such as CarePRO and EPIC focused on midlife and older adults and family caregivers, with an emphasis on programs serving diverse populations.

He also served as the lead editor of Innovative Interventions to Reduce Dementia Caregiver Distress published by Springer in CAREGIVER IDENTITY THEORY. The caregiver identity theory articulated by Montgomery and colleag14 is the theoretical underpinning for the TCARE process.

This theory describes caregiving as a systematic process of identity change in which the initial familial relationship (such as mother–daughter) gives way to a relationship characterized by caregiving.Good News for Dementia Care: Caregiver Interventions Reduce Behavioral Symptoms in People With Dementia and Family Distress.

Laura N. Gitlin, Ph.D. Family Dynamics and Personal Strengths among Dementia Caregivers in Argentina. International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, Vol. Cited by: