OPIEKA NAD OSOBA˛ Z CHOROBA˛ PARKINSONA W PERCEPCJI OPIEKUNA RODZINNEGO
Because of the aging societies the increased prevalence of patients with dementia is observed. Parkinson’s disease is one of the most frequent neurodegenerative disorders and occurs mainly in people in age over 50 years. The core symptoms of Parkinson disease are bradykinesia, tremor and plastic rigidity. Caring for a person with Parkinson’s disease is not only exhausting physically and emotionally, but can also have high financial costs. The paper aims to present difficulties encountered by family caregivers of people with Parkinson's disease. Caring for person with PD run the caregivers the high risk of decreased quality of life, it is especially true with regard to family caregivers who are emotionally related with the patient.
the sociology of social problems , social problem , caring , family caregiver , the Parkinson's disease
B. Szluz, Opieka nad osobą z chorobą Parkinsona w percepcji opiekuna rodzinnego, "Roczniki Teologiczne" 2019, t. LXVI, z. 1, s. 63-74.