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Nursing care in social change. Effects of nursing care insurance on the status of the disabled



Nursing care in social change. Effects of nursing care insurance on the status of the disabled



Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 31(6): 387-391



The effects of "Care-insurance" on the situation of those in need of home care, is the object of first implementation-studies of SGB XI. They largely agree on the high level of satisfaction found among those who draw the benefits of the insurance scheme, particularly among those who claim a cash premium; further they largely agree on the low level of influence of the "Care-insurance" on changes in the form of nursing. An account of the results of the milieu-oriented "Freiburger Pflegestudie", which investigates the effects of "Care-insurance" differentiated according to the various types of care-situations, forms the centre of the article.

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