Caregiving for a family member with an acquired brain injury can be challenging and exhausting. Information on brain injury and tips on caregiving helps families prepare for caregiving at home and anticipate changes in caregiving over time. Identifies emotional and physical demands and stresses for spouses, parents and siblings who provide care and support. Emphasizes importance of caregivers looking after themselves with tips for decreasing stress, finding help, locating support and avoiding burnout.
|Year||Second edition, 2011|