Caring for Our Elders: Multicultural Experiences with Nursing Home Placement

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INDEX
Acacia Nursing Home research study: major concepts, 163–169; methodology, 3–4
Activities of daily living (ADLs), 69–70, 145
Admission to Acacia Nursing Home: admission day: assistance from staff, 105–106; emotional reactions of residents, relatives, and friends, 106–113; events, 105–111; recommendations from caregivers, 106; admission process recommendations of relatives and friends, 106, 118; admission reasons, 164; application process, 98–100; emotional reactions to application process, 107–108, 117–118; first family member in a nursing home, 164–166
Allied health services: cultural competence, 153; occupational therapists, 114; workforce issues for allied health care providers, 153
Alternatives to nursing home placement: available services, 69–70, 156–158, see home care; characteristics of an enriching and fulfilling community care system, 155; implications of structural lag, 24, 70, 101–102, 154, 163, 168— 169; need for alternatives is a [public issue,] 162; On Lok Senior Health Services, 157–158; policy issues, 154; problems that may arise if community-based services are expanded, 155–156; rationales for making alternatives available, 153–155
Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, 72, 150
Andersen, M. and P. H. Collins, on [shifting the center,] 10–12, 159— 160; Collins on the influence of oppressive social structures on relationships of women of color, 127
Anthropological and sociological research studies about nursing homes, 136–145
Antonucci, T., and H. Akiyama: convoy theory, 30, 128, 133
Assisted living facilities, 145
Biopsychosocial needs of residents and relatives, 157
Biopsychosocial perspective, 79, 101, 149

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Need for Nursing Home Placement 7
  • 2: Research Studies About Caregiving by Family and Friends 25
  • 3: Earlier Years 46
  • 4: Changing Health, Changing Relationships 69
  • 5: The Placement Process 80
  • 6: Settling In 104
  • 7: Continuing to Care for Relatives in the Nursing Home 121
  • 8: Who Helps Residents and Their Relatives? 134
  • References 171
  • Index 185
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