The framework is derived from several social psychological theories such as: Reaction Theory; Equity Theory and the threat to the self-confidence model, which defines the psychological and environmental processes involved when people consider providing or seeking care assistance with older relatives. However, there are varied factors that can affect family care or mutual family care, such as the aging and poor health of some family carers, financial well-being and social needs, accessibility and environmental factors such as housing, transport and cultural protests. Yet, delivery service; especially on health and social care, is in communication with education, knowledge and awareness of holistic food and care.
In practice, older people value value for money. This has been supported by both exercises and research results, which shows that reciprocal relationships between family members in their own homes would increase the presence of care. Thus, there is a need for a better understanding of the impact of long-term and complex care provided by unusual parties. In view of this, older people see respect and dignity as matters of concern when it comes to receiving personal care from caregivers. The intention is that older people do not feel familiar with strangers who help them with personal care but would meet their own family members as they understand their wishes and standards of care they are used to. This viewpoint is based on a reference to the "modernization of social care" that requires preventive measures to achieve better governance that meets the organization of older people. This means raising all services for older people to standardize the best and recharge social services with new power, motivation and new ideas.
The elderly deserve this, just like all other citizens, and should receive good care of their own home without prejudice (regardless of sex on skin and disability). However, in practice there have been significant changes in quality and in some areas inactive and waste of resources. Thus, family participation in caring needs food and care will help to develop a consistent care method based on family values, rules and principles that can be changed from one generation to another. That way, it is possible that this job might cause short formal caregivers; reduction of waste and duplication in the social market. The family becomes a master of care systems and support for older relatives. This care model would support personal social services in a wider welfare system, promoting a comprehensive system framework. Family family members would resurrect care in a more diverse society and family system aimed at supporting older relatives. The service framework would provide an opportunity to develop new and integrated services that provide greater choice and control of services for growing elderly residents.
The involvement of family members in long-term treatment would promote user skills that enable them to participate in their own care. In the reflection of work experience, the presence of family members in care is more important for older people, enabling them to recover health and confidence instead of receiving professional support. Family availability is an important factor in determining whether a user can be emptied home from a hospital, rather than entering a body. I believe that family support places great emphasis on uncle, kindness, caring attitude, reliability, inadequate care, consistency and continuous care. This model of care claims to have a joint ownership of care management between the family and a service representative who is considered to be a general manager of their care. In most cases, aging and intellectual disadvantage has limited the ability of many users to understand and manage their care packages, without working with regard to their families.
On the contrary, family protection systems could spread to some type of abuse while being careful. However, the principles of traffic assessment and care management assume that a presence spokesman would prevent any violations of abuse, such as: financially; physical; sexual; emotional and neglect of the vulnerable elderly people, and this works with the Department of Health (2000) (no secret). To reduce this frequency, it would be fair to have a family caregiver and not necessarily qualified social worker, someone who really is involved, who also has basic knowledge and knowledge of the needs of his older relatives. Families play a key role in the lives of older relatives; Family participation is often interpreted as an indicator of social support, rather than affecting decision making and protection of an older person.
On the other hand, the prevailing social point of view, for many years, has been; Older people first turn to their families for help, then to neighbors and finally to the state, because they expect their families to help if needed. In some cultures, not only is the family concerned, but most people think that this is where the responsibility should lie. This viewpoint is totally in the philosophy of community service and the prominent end of life insurance services for older people in a wider society. In view of this, there is a need to reinvest family careers who provide as a norm to increase the welfare of older people and psychosocial well-being while caring for society.
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