1995
DOI: 10.1016/s0003--999(3()95)81398--5 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Subacute care, like our health care system generally, is designed primarily to meet the needs of the adult patient. Emphasis on the adult patient, however, ignores the children who could be appropriately and cost-effectively treated at a subacute level of care. These children offer the most persuasive argument yet for broadening our perspective on subacute care beyond the adult model, but to do so means considering the special needs of children, particularly in the areas of family-centered and age-appropriate … Show more

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“…Three of the models underscored that family-centered care is based on a belief that all families have unique strengths that should be identified, enhanced, and utilized [41, 53, 66]. Models identified various examples of family strengths in care delivery including resilience [41], coping strategies [58], competence and skill in providing care [25, 26] and motivation [49].…”
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“…Three of the models underscored that family-centered care is based on a belief that all families have unique strengths that should be identified, enhanced, and utilized [41, 53, 66]. Models identified various examples of family strengths in care delivery including resilience [41], coping strategies [58], competence and skill in providing care [25, 26] and motivation [49].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning