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A study examined caregivers’ experience of caring using an assessment survey. The assessment contained five domains: disrupted schedule, lack of family support, health problems, financial problems, and self-esteem. These domains were correlated with personal background, mental health, and physical health. The results of the study showed a significant correlation between the demands of caregivers’ caring and mental as well as physical health. In addition, the study showed that older age correlated with a greater impact on caring. Caregivers with higher self-esteem in the study were found to have better health. Moreover, caregivers with better mental health have fewer health problems (Frias et al., 2005).

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A study examined caregivers’ experience of caring using an assessment survey. The assessment contained five domains: disrupted schedule, lack of family support, health problems, financial problems, and self-esteem. These domains were correlated with personal background, mental health, and physical health. The results of the study showed a significant correlation between the demands of caregivers’ caring and mental as well as physical health. In addition, the study showed that older age correlated with a greater impact on caring. Caregivers with higher self-esteem in the study were found to have better health. Moreover, caregivers with better mental health have fewer health problems (Frias et al., 2005).

Frias et al. (2005) examined caregivers’ experience of caring using an assessment survey. This assessment contained five domains: disrupted schedule, lack of family support, health problems, financial problems, and self-esteem. These domains were correlated with personal background, mental health, and physical health. The results of Frias et al.’s study showed a significant correlation between the demands of caregivers’ caring and mental as well as physical health. In addition, this study showed that older age correlated with a greater impact on caring. Caregivers with higher self-esteem in this study were found to have better health. Moreover, caregivers with better mental health have fewer health problems (Frias et al., 2005).

Clyne (2015) reported that strategic planning includes five phases. Phase one was reported as assessment of the external and internal environment. Phase two was reported as review of the organization’s mission statement, philosophy, goals, and objectives. Phases three to five were reported as identification of strategies, implementation, and evaluation respectively.

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Frias et al. (2005) examined caregivers’ experience of caring using an assessment survey. This assessment contained five domains: disrupted schedule, lack of family support, health problems, financial problems, and self-esteem. These domains were correlated with personal background, mental health, and physical health. The results of Frias et al.’s study showed a significant correlation between the demands of caregivers’ caring and mental as well as physical health. In addition, this study showed that older age correlated with a greater impact on caring.This study showed that patient age is positively correlated to greater caregiver stress. This study also showed that the level of care required due to patients’ conditions contribute to the severity of stress, including disability, severity, duration, and dependency in activities of daily living (Lau & Au, 2011). Caregivers with higher self-esteem in this study were found to have better health. Moreover, caregivers with better mental health have fewer health problems (Frias et al., 2005).

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Frias et al. (2005) examined caregivers’ experience of caring using an assessment survey. This assessment contained five domains: disrupted schedule, lack of family support, health problems, financial problems, and self-esteem. These domains were correlated with personal background, mental health, and physical health. The results of Frias et al.’s study showed a significant correlation between the demands of caregivers’ caring and mental as well as physical health. In addition, this study showed that older age correlated with a greater impact on caring.This study showed that patient age is positively correlated to greater caregiver stress. This study also showed that the level of care required due to patients’ conditions contribute to the severity of stress, including disability, severity, duration, and dependency in activities of daily living (Lau & Au, 2011). Caregivers with higher self-esteem in this study were found to have better health. Moreover, caregivers with better mental health have fewer health problems (Frias et al., 2005).

Frias et al. (2005) examined caregivers’ experience of caring using an assessment survey. This assessment contained five domains: disrupted schedule, lack of family support, health problems, financial problems, and self-esteem. These domains were correlated with personal background, mental health, and physical health. The results of Frias et al.’s study showed a significant correlation between the demands of caregivers’ caring and mental as well as physical health.Similarly, Lau and Au (2011) showed that the level of care required due to patients’ conditions contribute to the severity of stress, including disability, severity, duration, and dependency in activities of daily living. In addition,Frias et al.’s (2005) study showed that older age correlated with a greater impact on caring. Lau and Au (2011) also showed that patient age is positively correlated to greater caregiver stress. Caregivers with higher self-esteem in Frias etal.’s (2005) study were found to have better health. Moreover, caregivers with better mental health have fewer health problems (Frias et al., 2005).

Use a narrative citation the first time the source is mentioned.Use pronouns and repetition of keywords to make clear connections from one sentence to the next sentence.Use parallel structure throughout the paragraph or group of sentences that have ideas paraphrased from the same source.Use transitional words and phrases to show the relationship between ideas not to refer to the authors in a citation.Repeat the names of the author(s) without the year as long as a new source isn’t introduced. If a new source is introduced, you must include a clear citation, preferably a narrative citation.Read your sentences carefully to ensure you have cited sources appropriately and made clear connections from one sentence to the next sentence.