Information and Support

Do caregivers get enough information and support when it comes to providing physical assistance to the care receiver?

See how caregivers responded by exploring the charts below. Or, select from the options to compare results within each category – region, age, young children at home, and health condition.

 

Do caregivers get enough information and support when it comes to providing physical assistance to the care receiver?

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Caregiver was given actual hands-on training by a healthcare provider
Caregiver was given written or verbal information by a healthcare provider
Caregiver received training and was given written or verbal information
Caregiver needed this assistance, but did not receive any

Total
Total of all respondents (373)

 
 

Spotlight on Caregivers 2018

To better understand the experience of family caregivers in Ontario, we asked 800 caregivers questions about their role within the healthcare system, the type of tasks they are engaged in, the time and financial commitment required, and the impact caregiving as had on their lives.

Please read the Spotlight on Caregivers report to better understand the experience, profile and needs of family caregivers in Ontario.

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