Published July 2001
by Ios Pr Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
As Europe ages, it is increasingly vital to know how the demand for long-term care services is going to be met – and paid for. According to the latest Ageing in Europe report, public expenditure in long-term care will increase by to a greater extent than expenditure on pensions or healthcare.. The question of whether health and social services are delivered by public or . Parts of Europe have used this approach to elder care; encouraging, shaping and incorporating the provision of elder care by family members into public policy. Savings could be made by making better use of family members as caregivers. On the other hand, children who care for their parents lose their ability to contribute to the workforce. Most care for older people is provided by family members. This review examines the current and future challenges facing family care in the UK and makes recommendations on how to support it more Author: Government Office For Science. A sample of 2, carers aged 45–64 was extracted from the EUROFAMCARE (Services for Supporting Family Carers of Older People in Europe: Characteristics, Coverage and Usage) European project database, in order to analyse four possible work restrictions experienced in connection with the activity of care-giving: the reduction of working hours Cited by:
Seller gets a 5 star for speed and excellent condition of the book. The book itself get a one star. The author never answered the question raised by the title. The book just rambled on from one subject the next, and it was difficult to integrate and understand. After reading the book, I still don't know what old people are for, and I'm one of Cited by: Care for older people is a family affair in the Nordic countries Study in Iceland found that while the country still has a generous public aged care policy, many older people receive help from. Who Will Care: future prospects for family care of older people in the European Union (EF). This report puts the care debate into the framework of recent research and analysis in the European Union. It documents and assesses key trends and developments, to outline a range of options for the future. Available on request in EN & FR (print only). The term elderly is used to represent aged, elder and older people. Population ageing is a global phenomenon (Dannefer & Phillipson , ). According to (Active Ageing: A Policy Framework ) the largest proportion of older people are in Europe and the rate of people age 60 and above is rapidly growing more than any other age group.
Supporting Family Carers of Older People in Europe – The Trans-European Survey Report Book September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Care of the Older Person is broken up into chapters written by an esteemed group of doctors and researchers, each covering a different aspect of elder care. Overview of the Field (by Jose Morais, MD) p resents an in-depth overview of the current state of geriatric medicine, including the unique challenges and opportunities characterizing this growing field today. Across the continent, where older people have a role in raising young relatives, they are also better cared for themselves Sun 27 May EDT First published on Sun 27 May EDT. Services for older people in Europe Facts and figures about long term care services in Europe. October ESN is the independent network for social services in Europe. Our mission is to help change the lives of the most vulnerable in our societies through the delivery of quality social services. With Members in local public social servicesFile Size: 1MB.