National Long-Term Care Survey

Results of Search for Publications by NLTCS section: Family Support

Association of Divorce with Socio Demographic Covariates in China - Analysis Based on Data Collected in Shanghai, Hebei, and Shannxi.   Zeng Yi, Shultx P, Wang Deming. Working Manuscript. 1900. Center for Demographic Studies, Duke University, Durham, N.C. Full Text. Table 1.

Caregiving networks of elderly persons: Variation by marital status.   Barrett AE, Lynch SM. Gerontologist. 1999. 39(6):695-704. ProQuest.

Changes in the helping behaviors of adult children as caregivers.   Dwyer JW, Henretta JC, Coward RT, Barton AJ. Research on Aging. 1992. 14(3):351-375.

Competing Demands of Employment and Informal Caregiving to Disabled Elders.   Stone Robyn I, Short Pamela Farley. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research. 1990.

Determinants Of Primary Caregiver Stress And Burden: Area Of Residence And The Caregiving Networks Of Frail Elders.   Dwyer JW, Miller MK. Journal of Rural Health. 1990.6(2):161-84. Abstract.

Differences In Characteristics Of The Caregiving Network By Area Of Residence: Implications For Primary Caregiver Stress And Burden.   Dwyer JW, Miller MK. Family Relations. 1990. 39(1):27. JSTOR.

Doing Without: The Sacrifices Families Make To Provide Home Care.   Anonymous. Families USA Foundation. 1994.

Family Caregiving in an Aging Society.   Tennstedt Sharon. Presented at the US Administration on Aging Symposium: Longevity in the New American Century, Baltimore, MD. 1999. March 29, 1999. Link.

Family Structure and Institutionalization: Results from Merged Data.  McNally James and Wolf Douglas A. Papers in Microsimulation, Maxwell Center for Demography and Economics of Aging, Syracuse University. 1996. Microsimulation Paper #2. Full Text.

Family, households, and care arrangements of frail older women - A structural-analysis.   Soldo BJ, Wolf DA, Agree EM. Journal of Gerontology. 1990. 45(6):S238-S249. ProQuest.

Gender differences in parent care: Demographic factors and same-gender preferences.   Lee GR, Dwyer JW, Coward RT. Journal of Gerontology. 1993. 48(1):S9-S16. Abstract. ProQuest.

Long-Term Care and Family Bargaining.   Stern Steven, Maxim Engers. International Economic Review. 2000. Forthcoming. Reprint.

Potential and Active Family Caregivers: Changing Networks and the Sandwich Generation.   Spillman Brenda C, Pezzin Liliana E. Milbank Quarterly. 2000. 78(3). Full Text.

Potential and Active Long-Term Care Decisions In The Presence Of Endogenous Child Characteristic.   Stern, Steven. Journal of Human Resources. 1995. Vol. 30, No. 3, Summer. 551-80 pp. Madison, Wisconsin.

Predicting The Risk Of 'Permanent' Nursing Home Residence: The Role Of Community Help As Indicated By Family Helpers And Prior Living Arrangements.   Boaz RF, Muller CF. Health Services Research. 1994. 29(4):391-414. Abstract. ProQuest.

Predictors of elders' and family caregivers' use of formal home services.   Houde SC. Res Nurs Health. 1998. 21(6):533-543. Abstract.

Racial differences in skilled nursing care and home health use: The mediating effects of family structure and social class.   Cagney KA, Agree EM. Journal of Gerontology: Ser B-Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 1999. 54(4):S223-S236. ProQuest.

Shared Caregiving Responsibilities of Adult Siblings with Elderly Parents.   Checkovich TJ, Stern S. Journal of Human Resources. 2002. 37(3):441-478. Reprint.

Siblings as caregivers for impaired elders.   Cicirelli VG, Coward RT, Dwyer JW. Research on Aging. 1992. 14(3):331-350.

Spouses and children of disabled elders: How large a constituency for long-term care reform?   Stone, Robyn I, Kemper, Peter. Milbank Quarterly. 1989. 67(3-4):485-506. Abstract.

Spouses and Children of Disabled Elders: Potential and Active Caregivers.   Stone Robyn I, Kemper Peter. Long-Term Care Studies Program Research Reports, National Center for Health Services Research and Health Care Technology Assessment. 1989. Jan.

Strategic play among family members when making long-term care decisions.   Hiedemann B, Stern S. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 1999. 40(1):29-57. Full Text.

The Demography of Family Care for the Elderly.   Wolf DA, Freedman V, Soldo BJ. in Aging and Generational Relations Over the Life Course: A Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective. Edited by Tamara K. Hareven. 1996. New York: Walter de Gruyter.

The supply of children's time to disabled elderly parents.   Sloan FA, Picone G, Hoerger TJ. Economic Inquiry. 1997. 35(2):295-308.

The Trade-Off between Hours of Paid Employment and Time Assistance to Elderly Parents at Midlife.   Johnson RW, Lo Sasso AT. The Urban Institute 2100 M Street, NW / Washington DC 20037. 2000. Feb 7. Reprint.

Trends for the elderly-implications for income support, health and provision for long-term care.   Manton KG. Chapter 8 in Proceedings: Future Income and Health Care Needs and Resources for the Aged. (Ross SG, Walker DM, Eds.). 1994. 119-77. Proceedings of the Conference sponsored by the Public Trustees of the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds, Baltimore, Md. Full Text. Table 1. Table 2. Table 3. Table 4. Table 5. Table 6. Table 7. Table 8. Table 9. Table 10. Table 11.

Why Do Some Caregivers of Disabled and Frail Elderly Quit?   Boaz RF, Muller CF. Health Care Financing Review. 1991. 13(2):41-7. Abstract. ProQuest.