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The percentage of participants ages 71 or older was 8% for the primary caregiver group and 5% for the non-primary group.
Results: Out of a total of 92 caregivers of 100 schizophrenic patients who continued with study, 83 scored more than GHQ 12 cut off score.
The questions focus on major areas such as caregiver's health, psychological well-being, finances, social life, and the relationship between the caregiver and the care recipient.
The caregiver is also entitled to an aggregate rest period of eight hours per day and 24 hours per week.
Release of medical information is limited, of course, by federal HIPAA regulations, so written consent by the patient or his representative must also be obtained in order to provide the caregiver with necessary information.
Unable to bear this burden, the caregiver is bound to experience depression, although as discussed earlier, the presence or absence and also the intensity of depression (if present) depends on a variety of factors and hence varies from one individual to another.
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If they understand the burden and distress experienced by their caregiver, they can work with their caregiver to improve their mental health.
Caregivers perform a variety of tasks and face heavy burdens: 22% of military caregivers report spending more than 40 hours per week providing care.
Family caregivers matter to their loved ones, spending an average of 20 hours per week providing care—many of them care for their loved ones around the clock.
2) Caregivers who are able to confront the challenges of caregiving are generally found to experience reduced caregiver burden and personal growth through the process of caregiving.
The Gerson Institute developed a program to train and certify caregivers in the various components of the Gerson Therapy, to enable them to help persons desiring to do the Gerson Therapy at home, or to continue doing the therapy after leaving the clinic.