Perceived Benefits of Peer Support Groups for Stroke Survivors and Caregivers in Rural North Carolina
Describes the experiences of stroke survivors and caregivers in four rural North Carolina counties who participated in peer support groups. Findings based on four focus groups with 32 participants, who were predominantly non-Hispanic, white, and female, with an average age of 67.
Erin R. Christensen, Shannon L. Golden, Sabina B. Gesell
North Carolina Medical Journal, 80(3), 143-148
Cardiovascular disease · Elderly population · Informal caregivers · White · Women · North Carolina