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  • Illness
  • The aim of the project is to evaluate the efficacy of a web-based psycho-educational programme designed to support informal caregivers of patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD).This program focuses on information about the illness, her progression, how to prevent psychological strain using anticipation and relaxation techniques and providing a virtual space (forum) to discuss with other caregivers. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • specifics
  • The paper describes psychological features of relative caregivers, outlines the specifics, dynamics and contributing factors of anxiety in children deprived of parental care as well as in biological children of foster carers. (psyjournals.ru)
  • Volume 3 examines specifics of psychological assistance to different categories of people, in particular internally displaced persons, war veterans and their family members, survivors of captivity and tortures, peculiarities of work with children experienced trauma. (osce.org)
  • cost
  • While home adaptations as a treatment benefit may be provided to a client's principal residence, which is normally the client's year-round residence, limited (usually lower cost) home adaptations may also be considered for a secondary residence (e.g., cottage) which is owned and continuously occupied by the client for a significant portion of the year (a minimum of two continuous months). (gc.ca)
  • made
  • Home adaptations as a VIP service may be made to a client's principal residence in order to allow the client to remain self-sufficient in performing the normal activities of daily living . (gc.ca)
  • Adaptations may be made to a secondary residence owned by the client, but the costs incurred can only be considered within the financial limit allowed for adaptations to the client's principal residence. (gc.ca)
  • treatment
  • Home adaptations as a treatment benefit are those required as a result of a person having a surgical or prosthetic device or any aid approved by the Minister. (gc.ca)
  • Canada
  • A client has previously received a contribution from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) of $3,000.00 for home adaptations to their principal residence. (gc.ca)