A study by Jennifer Wolff, Vicki Freedman, John Mulcahy, and Judith Kasper in JAMA Open Network finds nearly one-half of caregivers were never asked by older adults' clinicians about whether they needed help in managing care. Caregivers of adults with dementia were more likely to report being asked about needing help, but no more likely to be asked about whether they understood treatments or felt listened to by healthcare professionals. Further investigation into how to create and sustain supportive relationships between caregivers and older adults' health care workers may facilitate higher-quality care. ...Read More