By Suzanne R. Kunkel PhD, Valerie Wellin BA

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4). 8%). Additionally, at least one-fourth reported receiving informal assistance with bathing, dressing, transferring in and out of bed, toileting, managing medications, moving around, and using the telephone. 6) IADLs. 5%) reported that they did not receive any formal care with ADLs. 4%) received assistance with all five activities of daily living. With regard to IADLs, one-half did not receive any formal help with IADLs. 7% received formal help with all nine IADLs. 6%). MAIN CAREGIVER One of NJDHSS’s major concerns was the impact of nursing home transition on the family caregiver.

No items from the Environment domain were found to be significantly different. The sample was next divided by kin group (dyads with spouse caregivers, N = 35 and dyads with adult child caregivers, N = 16) and t-tests were again performed between caregiver and care receiver responses for each group. Dyads with spouse caregivers yielded significantly different care receiver and caregiver answers on 10 of the 37 items. The dyads with adult children caregivers had significantly different answers on 12 of the 37 items.

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