The Homemaker Needs of the Rural Frail Elderly from a Client vs. Agency Perspective
The clients, aides, and staff of a homemaker services program for the rural frail elderly were individually interviewed concerning client's met and unmet needs. While the overall response from all three groups suggested a highly effective program, significant differences existed among the three groups with regard to what they considered the most important needs, both met and unmet by the program. It was concluded that although the perceptions of all three groups of participants in such programs might differ, such differences may not necessarily work to undermine the program.
Montgomery, F. H., & Montgomery, R. (1984). The Homemaker Needs of the Rural Frail Elderly from a Client vs. Agency Perspective. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 5(1), pp. 61-72. Routledge.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1300/J027v05n01_05
Keywords and Phrases
Aged; Attitude; Comparative Study; Consumer; Health; Health Service; Health Services Research; Home Care; Human; United States; Attitude of Health Personnel; Consumer Satisfaction; Health Services Needs and Demand; Home Care Services; Homemaker Services; Missouri; Rural Health; Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S.
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01 Jan 1984