This work examines the experience of women providing care to children, disabled persons, the chronically ill, and the frail elderly. It differs from most writing about caregiving because it focuses on the providers rather than the care recipients. It looks at the experience of women caregivers in specific settings, exploring what caregiving actually entails and what it means in their livesThe approach taken here differs somewhat from this material by relating the everyday world of nursing homes to certain ... Currently, nearly 1.25 million nursing assistants work in the United States, and the Occupational Outlook Handbookanbsp;...
|Title||:||Circles of Care|
|Author||:||Emily K. Abel, Margaret K. Nelson|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1990-07-05|