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AutorenShafer, Jennifer S.; Shafer, Paul R.; Haley, Katarina L.
TitelCaregivers Navigating Rehabilitative Care for People with Aphasia after Stroke: A Multi-Lens Perspective
QuelleIn: International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 54 (2019) 4, S.634-644 (11 Seiten)
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN1368-2822
DOI10.1111/1460-6984.12467
SchlagwörterCaregiver Attitudes; Caregiver Role; Caregivers; Aphasia; Neurological Impairments; Allied Health Personnel; Rehabilitation
AbstractBackground: Up to 40% of stroke survivors acquire aphasia and require long-term caregiver assistance after discharge from the hospital. Caregivers assume multiple roles as they help people with aphasia to access outpatient rehabilitative care in an increasingly person-centred model of care. Examining caregiver roles and how different stakeholders in the rehabilitative journey perceive these roles may be the first step in providing more tailored support to caregivers and improving outcomes for both caregivers and people with aphasia. Aims: To characterize the roles caregivers assume while navigating outpatient rehabilitative care for people with aphasia after stroke from the perspective of different stakeholders in the rehabilitative process. Methods & Procedures: Thirty-six people participated in the study, including seven caregivers, 22 stroke survivors with aphasia and seven healthcare providers. Focus groups were conducted, and an iterative thematic analysis was used to identify themes. Outcomes & Results: Results indicate that caregivers are perceived differently by varying stakeholders, and that caregivers adopt diverse roles as advocates, therapists, motivators and guardians. They assume these roles in order to fill gaps in services or otherwise to facilitate the recovery journey for the person with aphasia. Conclusions & Implications: This study provides a valuable glimpse into how varying stakeholders view the role of the caregiver during rehabilitation for people with aphasia after stroke. Providing caregivers with the training and support they need throughout the recovery journey by treating them as partners in the process may mitigate the perception of caregivers as feeling compelled to adopt multiple roles. (As Provided).
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Erfasst vonERIC (Education Resources Information Center), Washington, DC
Update2020/1/01
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