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Study on the Relationship between Social Support and Stress Coping of the Main Family Caregivers of Dementia Cases at A District in Taipei City
Cases of dementia Primary caregiver
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between sociodemographic variables, family background variables, social support, and stress coping for main family caregivers of dementia cases. The main family caregivers of dementia cases with disability cards were collected from an administrative district in Taipei City into the study. The main family caregivers are the population of this study. A census method was performed and a structured questionnaire was used as a tool. A total of 104 questionnaires were sent out, and the recovery rate was 100%. The questionnaire included: sociodemographic variables, family background variables, social support scale, and stress coping scale. The results are as follows: 1. There is a significant positive correlation between gender and stress coping. There will be differences in stress coping due to different genders. Stress coping with women is significantly better than that of men. Stress coping is significantly negatively related to age. The greater the age, the stress coping score is lower. The stress coping score of who graduated from high school is significantly lowered than other education levels. The stress response is significantly positively related to the number of children in the family. 2. Social support score from family and friend is higher than that from a health care professional; social support from family and friends mostly belong to "emotional support" and "evaluative support"; lesser ones are "substantial support". Social support from health care professionals mostly belongs to "informative support"; lesser is "substantive support". 3. The social support received from family, friends, and medical professionals have shown a significant positive correlation with stress coping.
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