Long-distance caregiving: a case study of an African-American family.
Wanda Lott Collins, Tangerine A Holt, Sharon E Moore, Linda K Bledsoe
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias® | Published : 2003
A growing number of Americans are managing and monitoring long-distance caregiving for an elderly parent. The authors offer a first-hand experience of caregiving involving an African-American family, which will be useful to both caregivers and practitioners. The challenges that result from long-distance caregiving are discussed. A detailed case study and assessment is followed by suggested strategies for lessening caregiver stress.