Managing accommodating responsive behaviors dementia care
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Aim: The aim of this study was to assess the caregiver burden over time of patients with haemorrhagic stroke and the determinants of this.
The participants were assessed at three different times by face to face or telephone interview.
Caregiver burden was assessed using the Bakas Caregiver Outcomes Scale.
Patients were assessed for sociodemographic information, depression, disability, pain, and caregiver support at baseline and at 8 weeks.Caregivers of patients in State 4 suffered worse subjective caregiving burden and depressive symptoms but comparable QOL to those in State 2.Conclusion: Patients' five distinct, conjoint symptom-functional states were significantly and differentially associated with their caregivers' worse subjective caregiving burden, QOL, and depressive symptoms while caring for patients over their last 6 months.Caregivers' burden, depression, and distress were improved among most included studies.All studies that examined quality of life of caregivers (N = 6) showed improvement.
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The factors identified explained 41.6% to 67.4% of overall burden.