Link with respite care agency expands marketing

December 2007
Hospice Management Advisor;Dec2007, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p140
The article looks into the advantages of the partnership between respite care and home health agencies in the U.S. It mentions a study that shows that a large number of family caregivers suffer fatigue, frustration and stress and that other caregivers have found that it has strained their marriages. The partnership of the two agencies offers effective ways to support patients' families in dealing with the stressful job of providing care.


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