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    • Chapter 1 -- Social context of family caregiving 

      Hill, Twyla J. (Palgrave Macmillan US, 2015)
      The historical and current contexts of caregiving in later life in the United States are briefly discussed. A short description of the types of health problems typical in the elderly and affecting their need for care is ...
    • Chapter 2 -- Spousal and intimate partner caregiving 

      Hill, Twyla J. (Palgrave Macmillan US, 2015)
      Caregiving by spouses and other intimate partners is reviewed. Husbands and wives tend to provide different types of care. Caregiving has different effects, costs, consequences, and rewards for husbands and wives. Also, ...
    • Chapter 3 -- Adult child caregiving 

      Hill, Twyla J. (Palgrave Macmillan US, 2015)
      Caregiving by adult children to older parents is described. Sons and daughters generally provide different types and amounts of care, as well as receiving different amounts and types of support from others. Variations exist ...