Section G: Family and Social Support Network

Section G: Family and Social Support Network Module of CRELES Wave 4

item label type description
GP1 Question Do you receive unpaid help with household chores or caregiving (totaling at least three hours in an average week)?
GP2 Question How many hours of unpaid help with household chores and caregiving do you receive per week?
GP3a Question Who is the person who helps you primarily?
GP3b Question Who? ___________________
GP3c Question Who? ___________________
GP7 Question Do you (or your spouse) currently provide assistance to a relative or friend with any of the following personal tasks because they cannot do them by themselves: bathing, eating, dressing, walking across a room, etc? Exclude any help with housing activites, transportation and running errands
GP9a Question Whom do you primarily help with these tasks? (Ask exhaustively)
GP9b Question Who? ___________________
GP9c Question Who? ___________________
GP9d Question Who? ___________________
GP10 Question During the past month, on average, who many days per week did you help this person (persons) with these tasks?
GP11 Question During the past week, on average, who many hours a day were you helping or supervising this person (persons) with these tasks?
GP12 Question How many years have you been helping or supervising this person (these persons) with any of these activities?
GP14 Question How often do you feel stressed between caring for this person (these persons) and trying to meet other responsibilities? Would you say...
G21 Question On average over the last 12 months, how many hours per week have you been involved in the following activities? Chidcare
G23 Question On average over the last 12 months, how many hours per week have you been involved in the following activities? Watch TV
G25 Question On average over the last 12 months, how many hours per week have you been involved in the following activities? Daily chores
G26 Question On average over the last 12 months, how many hours per week have you been involved in the following activities? Recreational activities (handicraft, arts, etc)
GN15 Question People invite you to go out and have fun with others
GN16 Question You get love and affection
GN17 Question You have the chance to talk to someone about your personal and family problems
GN18 Question You have the chance to talk to someone about problems at work or at home
GN19 Question You have the chance to talk to someone about financial problems
GN20 Question There are people who worry about what happens to you
GN21 Question You get useful advice when something important in your life happens
GN22 Question You get help when you are sick in bed
GN23 Question In general, how many friends do you have? (Not including immediate family members)
GN24 Question Do you have friends whom you see or communicate with on a daily basis?
GN25 Question Do you have friends whom you see or communicate with on a weekly basis?
GN26 Question Do you have friends whom you see or communicate with on a monthly basis?
GN27 Question How often do you see or talk to
GN32 Question Now, speaking of the people from here, would you say that the people in your community are:
GN33 Question How much do you relate with your neighbors?
GP63a Question Your health: Does this make you feel stressed or anxious?
GP64a Question How long have you felt this stress or anxiety?
GP63b Question Your financial situation: Does this make you feel stressed or anxious?
GP64b Question How long have you felt this stress or anxiety?
GP63c Question Work problems: Do these make you feel stressed or anxious?
GP64c Question How long have you felt this stress or anxiety?
GP63d Question Family relations: Do these make you feel stresed or anxious?
GP64d Question How long have you felt this stress or anxiety?
GP63e Question Health of your parents or of other relatives: Does this make you feel stressed or anxious?
GP64e Question How long have you felt this stress or anxiety?
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