Puerto Rican families caring for an adult with mental retardation: The role of familism. Magaña, S. (1999). American Journal on Mental Retardation, 104, 466-482.
Aging With Intellectual Disabilities and Later-Life Family Caregiving (1998). Heller, T., In Edelstein, C.A. (Ed.), Comprehensive Clinical Psychology Volume 7, Clinical Geropsychology. Oxford: Pergamon/Elsevier.
Dr. Heller examines later-life caregiving for adults with intellectual disabilities from a life-course perspective that takes into account the social trends and service patters that affect these families. It discusses demographic trends, cultural differences, interventions to support later-life transitions including planning for the future, and a future research agenda.
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Aftermath of Parental Death: Changes in the Content and Quality of Life (1997). Gordon, R.M., Seltzer, M.M., & Krauss, M. W. In Robert Schalock (Ed.), Quality of Life: Its Application to Persons with Disability. Washington, DC: AAMR.
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