Time for Living and Caring: Making Respite Services Work for You!
This brochure from the faculty at the University of Utah Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program and California State University at San Bernardino is based on research that found planning for respite to allow caregivers to engage in activities meaningful to them resulted in better outcomes. The information provided is meant to encourage family caregivers to use respite, use goal setting to maximize limited respite time, and provide other suggestions for making respite most effective.
The brochure also includes assessment tools and scales for professionals and caregivers that can be used to assess Satisfaction with Caregiving (p 6), Positive Aspects of Caregiving (p 6), and Modified Caregiver Burden Inventory (p 4).
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State Summaries of Lifespan Respite Grant Activities and Outcomes, Grantee Final Reports, FY 2017 and FY 2018
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