Home Health Care for Children Who are Technology Dependent

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Home Health Care for Children Who are Technology Dependent

SKU# 9780826120649

Author: Juanita W. Fleming RN, PhD, FAAN

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As technology grows more sophisticated, more and more children will receive therapies such as apnea monitoring, dialysis, and prolonged IV therapy at home on an ongoing basis. This book provides an overview of the research evidence available on home health care of children who are technology dependent and their families. A major study of 800 children that the author conducted is highlighted. The book also describes practical strategies to assist these children with complex needs. Family stress, case management, respite care, and financial concerns are addressed.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date October 30, 2003
  • Page Count 264
  • Product Form Hardback
  • ISBN 13 9780826120649
  • EISBN 9780826120656

Table of Contents 

    Foreword, I. Martinson
    Part I: Overview
  1. Introduction, M. Barron and J. Fleming
  2. Overview of Home Health Care of Children Who Are Technology Dependent
  3. Evidence on Home Health Care of Children who are Technology Dependent
  4. Description and Results of Major Study of “High Tech” Home Care for Children with Chronic Health Conditions

  5. Part II: Characteristics of Children and Families
  6. Characteristics of Children
  7. Characteristics of Families
  8. The Stresses and Rewards of Caregiving
  9. Quality of Life

  10. Part III: Strategies for Health Care Providers
  11. Assessing Growth, Development and Function
  12. Case Management
  13. Financial Aspects of Care
  14. Finding Respite Care and Other Community Resources
  15. Advocating for Patients and Families: A Policy Perspective

  16. Appendix A: Best Practices: ANA Standards of Home Health Care
    Appendix B: The Rewards of Participating in Nursing Research: A Collaborator’s Perspective, N.F. Steele