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This article aims to understand When the relatives with cancer, family caregivers provide direct and indirect care work, which perceived positive self-care experience and received the assistant that hospice care team in the follow-up experience and suggestion. This study used qualitative research methods, through the way of depth interviews, I interviewed five family caregivers who had received different hospice services and to understand when illness in the family, disease diagnosis and began to stay in the hospice care, until died during continuous process that family caregivers’ work and positive experiences. The study showed that family caregivers provided direct care are physical care, body cleaning, patient assistance, emotional support and indirect care are medical care costs, wish to completed, etc. In the long-term care , family caregivers often appear lifestyle changes, the interactive style with family members began to have differences. Family caregivers’ positive experience are self-affirmation, family feedback, emotional catharsis, keep positive attitude, and then family caregivers began to maintain body healthy, willing to do something for society , to face life and death issues and preparing a funeral, to establish self-confidence and to maintain family relationships. Family caregivers have two ways to enter the Hospice care which are professional informed and self-concept. And when family caregivers received services , they still have a deep impression on Medical staff and volunteers. Finally, this study suggests that Hospice care must continue to promote ,clarify the concept, at the same time, it must be early intervention and ongoing services. In addition, to identify the degree of social workers in the team and let the family understanding which the content social work service, it still has to make constant contact with the family, and indicate clearly what social workers can help.
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