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Evaluation of Reablement Home Care: Effects on Care Attendants, Care Recipients, and Family Caregivers

Journal Article Person-Centered Care
November 26, 2020

This study looked at how the reablement model compares with the traditional model of home care. By using a control group, it found improved outcomes for workers, consumers, and family caregivers in the reablement model.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33256071/

Key Takeaways

The impact of the reablement model in home care is under-studied.
Reablement home care improved outcomes for workers, consumers, and family caregivers.
Policymakers should incentivize the transition to the reablement model of home care.
 
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