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Various explanations have been advanced to explain why older members of ethnic minoritygroups in the United States tend to use proportionally fewer assistive social and medical servicesthan nonminorities. One possibility is that culturally based differences in attitudes toward needfor particular...
This article examines caregiver and care recipient characteristics associated with communityservice attitudes. Using Community Service Attitude Inventory subscales that were refined foruse across populations, the relationship between caregiver gender, age, relationship, type ofmedical diagnosis,...
The purpose of this study was to determine correlates of selected caregiver attitudes towardcommunity services in a sample of 215 spouse caregivers of persons with dementia. Predictors oftwo types of attitudes differed, confirming the multidimensionality and specificity of attitude formation....
This study examined the role of caregiver attitudinal variables, while controlling for other variables, in explaining the use of homemaking services, personal care services, transportation,caregiver services, and the number of services used in a sample of 82 wives of community-dwelling dementia...
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