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Recent studies found that stroke family caregivers rely on their interactions with health care providers to identify and address their needs as they prepare for the caregiving role Research has also shown that both patients and families generally want to be involved in multiple aspects of care, and that such care should be individualized to their unique needs . Studies with caregivers who were more actively involved in the discharge planning process through partnering models or more detailed needs assessments found that families felt more prepared and had increased levels of satisfaction with care . Unfortunately, research has also shown that providers are oftentimes hesitant to include family members, concerned that this may lead to conflict in the patient-provider relationship among other issues such as a lack of time and insufficient staffing

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