Table 1: Caregiver demographics ( ).

Mean age 63.84 (±13.07)
Age by group
 21–30 0.5%
 31–40 5%
 41–50 9.9%
  51–60 27%
  61–70 19.8%
  71–80 28.8%
  81–90 8.6%
  90+ 0.5%
Gender
 Female 74.8%
 Male 25.2%
Ethnicity
 Caucasian 85.1%
 African American 4.6%
 Hispanic 10.3%
Religion
 Roman Catholic 26.1%
 Other Christian 44.1%
 Jewish 15.8%
 Other 14.0%
Relationship to patient
 Wife 34.2%
 Husband 18.5%
 Child 33.2%
 Other 14.0%
Income1
 Under $19,999 10.9%
 $20,000–$29,999 18.6%
  $30,000–$39,999 13.2%
  $40,000–$49,999 12.3%
 $50,000+ 45.0%
Subjective feeling of burden
 Yes 84.3%
 No 15.7%
Psychiatric symptoms
 0-1 24.9%
 2-3 19.2%
 4-5 23.2%
 6+ 32.5%
Level of depression
 Non-depressed 17.4%
 Mildly depressed 25.7%
 Moderately depressed 36.7%
 Severely depressed 20.2%
Level of Self Esteem
 Moderately low 0.9%
 Low 6.0%
 High 18.1%
 Moderately high 30.2%
 Very high 44.7%
Considering nursing home
 Not really considering 31.4%
 Considering 26.7%
 Seriously considering 41.9%
Physically violent2
 Yes 17.2%
 No 82.8%

1Figures represent combined household income.
2As measured by the Violence sub-scale of the CTS.