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Introduction: “We’re Building the Plane While We’re Flying It”: A Case Study of Long-Term Care Workers during COVID-19 in North Carolina

Chapter 1. Perspectives of Regional Area Agency on Aging Staff and Long-Term Care Advocates: A Rapid Qualitative Appraisal
Chapter 2. “It Spread Like Wildfire”: Challenges in Providing Care in Long-term Residential Care Communities
Chapter 3. Finding Resilience in Crisis: Home and Community-Based Programming during COVID-19
Chapter 4. Activities and Engagement: Avoiding Isolation and Loneliness

Chapter 5. Caring for People with Dementia during COVID-19
Dena Shenk, Andrea Freidus and Christin Wolf

Chapter 6. Providing Long Term Care Throughout the Pandemic: The Perspective of Administrators and Managers

Chapter 7. Roles and Professional Identities in Defining Reality: A Linguistic Analysis
Boyd Davis & Christin Wolf

Chapter 8. Caring for Older Adults in Long Term Residential Care during COVID-19 in the United States and Switzerland: Balancing Protection and Social Isolation
Andrea Freidus, Dena Shenk, Megan Davies, Christin Wolf, and Sandra Staudacher

Conclusion: Lessons Learned and Applications as We Look to the Future


Voices of Long-Term Care Workers

Elder Care in the Time of COVID-19 and Beyond

Andrea Freidus and Dena Shenk

218 pages, 30 ills., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80539-192-0 Hb Published (January 2024)

This title is published as Open Access

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