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This indicator shows the percentage of home care patients whose primary family or friend caregiver experienced feelings of distress, anger or depression in relation to their caregiving role, or was unable to continue their caregiving activities, in Ontario. The data include only patients who received publicly funded home care for at least 60 days and had at least one unpaid family or friend caregiver. A lower percentage is better.
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The results shown are risk-adjusted. Data source: RAI-HC and interRAI-HC, provided by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). For more information, please visit the Indicator Library.
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