Korean Informal Caregivers' Experience for Family With Dementia: Difficulties and Strategies
Sohyun Kim, MSN, RN, College of Nursing, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA
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The study explored nine Korean informal caregiver's experiences for people living with dementia. The qualitative description was used to analyze in-depth interviews. Participants identified six caregiving difficulties and six strategies they used. The results indicates focus areas for interventions to help informal caregivers manage their distress and caregiving skills.
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