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Joanne Ailwood; I-Fang Lee
The pandemic has served to further highlight the
politics of care, making space for public debate about who is worthy of care, who cares, for whom,
and under what conditions.This short commentary is about the definition of care and related public policies.
Olivia Fitzpatrick; Amani Carson; John R. Weisz
Beth Blue Swadener; Lacey Peters; Dana Frantz Bentley (et al.)
Sapna Dhiman; Pradeep Kumar Sahu; William R. Reed (et al.)
While COVID-19 outbreak has had adverse psychological effects in children with special needs, the mental state and burden on their caregivers during this pandemic has yet to be reported. The COVID-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on caregiver strain compared to perceived strain before the pandemic. Prevalence of depressive symptoms is high among caregivers of children with special needs. Negative perception of homecare therapy is associated with higher perceived strain and poor mental health. Not using tele-rehabilitation and perception of it being a poor medium for rehabilitation pose greater mental health risks.
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