Over the last decade carers have become increasingly visible, yet how they might best be helped is not always clear. This book contains the main findings of research on the subject. The authors explore some of the systematic differences between carers - old and young, male and female, spouses and children - and examine the situation of people caring across a range of disabilities. They discuss the extent to which carers fit into mainstream service provision and look at evidence of the effectiveness of different forms of support.
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