Family caregivers need more training, experts say

12/12/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Family caregivers need more information and training resources about caring for loved ones at home, according to policy and health care experts. The AARP's Susan Reinhard advises family caregivers to ask health care providers for training and information and not to sign hospital discharge forms saying they have instructions if they still have questions. This article explores what resources and methods for finding training are available to caregivers.

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