FAMILY CARER TRAINING RESEARCH & RESOURCES
On this page you will find a series of resources which will be of interest to those organisations wishing to expand their suite of resources and improve the evidence base behind their supports and training for Family Carers. If you feel there are other resources which are missing, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Miller, E (2012) Getting Back to What Matters. Dunedin: Edinburgh.
Glendinning, C., Clarke, S., Hare, P. et al (2008) Progress and problems in developing outcomes focused social care services for older people in England. Health and Social care in the Community 16(1) 54-63
Petch, A. Cook, A. and Miller, E. (2013) Partnership working and outcomes: do health and social care partnerships deliver for users and carers? Health and Social Care in the Community 21(6):623-33
Qureshi, H. & Nicholas, E. (2001) ‘A new conception of social care outcomes and its practical use in assessment with older people’. Research, Policy and Planning, 19(2), pp.11-25.
Carnevale, G. J., Anselmi, V., Busichio, K., & Millis, S. R. (2002). Changes in ratings of caregiver burden following a community-based behavior management program for persons with traumatic brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17(2), 83-95.
Davis, L., Burgio, L. Buckwalter, K. & Weaver, M. (2004). A comparison of in-home and telephone-based skill training interventions with caregivers of persons with dementia. Journal of Mental Health & Aging, 10(1). 31-44.
Mittelman, M. S., Roth, D. L., Coon, D. W., & Haley, W. E. (2004). Sustained benefit of supportive intervention for depressive symptoms in caregivers of patient’s with Alzheimer’s Disease. American Journal of Psychiatry, 161(5), 850-856
Query, J. L., Jr., & Wright, K. (2003). Assessing communication competence in an online study: Toward informing subsequent interventions among older adults with cancer, their lay caregivers, and peers. Health Communication, 15(2), 203-218.
Schulz, R. (2000). Handbook on dementia caregiving: Evidence-based interventions for family caregivers. New York, NY, US: Springer
Schulz, R., Gallagher-Thompson, D., Haley, W., &Czaja, S. (2000). Understanding the interventions process: A theoretical/conceptual framework for intervention approaches to caregiving. In R. Schulz (Ed.), Handbook on dementia caregiving: Evidence-based intervention for family caregivers (pp. 33-60). New York: Springer
Schultz, R., Martire, LM, & J.N. Klinger (2005) Evidence-based Caregiver Interventions in Geriatric Psychiatry. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 28 (2005), 1007-1038.
Tremethick, M. J., Wilken, C., Miller, R., Walker, K., & Meier, P. (2004). The PATH Program: Meeting health promotion needs of older adults. The Southwest Journal on Aging, 19, 25-32.
Teri, L. (1999). Training families to provide care: Effects on people with dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14, 110-119.