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When Caregiving is Over: ... /
By Marla Berg-Weger, Ph.D., LCSW,
Doris McGartland Rubio, Ph.D.
Susan Tebb, Ph.D., LSW and Lisa A. Parnell, MSW
3) Evaluation—Evaluative strategies
should be woven through the caregiver intervention
process to assist the professional and the caregiver in
determining progress toward achievement of goals. The
professional may further find that evaluating caregiver
interventions can aid in identifying program needs and
innovations. Using the wisdom and experience of the
current and former caregiver can strengthen the services
provided for the caregiving community.