Title

Family Caregiving: The Who and What of Family Caregiving

(FS1930, Oct. 2019)
Summary
Family caregiving is an activity that occurs across many different settings. Individuals in need of care at particular times may include adult children with special needs, aging parents, a sick family member or a friend. People may need help with transportation to medical appointments, light chores around the home, payment of bills or personal care. No matter the person or the need, the who and the what of family caregiving clearly are important to understand.
Lead Author
Lead Author:
Sean Brotherson, Ph.D., Extension Family Science Specialist
Other Authors

Jane Strommen, Ph.D., Extension Gerontology Specialist; Philip Estepp, M.S., Extension Associate

Availability
Availability:
Available in print