Ensuring service delivery responds to the needs of individuals has come to dominate debates about community care. However, discussions rarely reflect the experiences of minority ethnic people and there is little evidence about how minority ethnic families make sense of disability and caring.Focusing on young, disabled Asian people and their families, this report:presents evidence of how young, disabled Asian people experience disability;explores the meaning and experience of disability within the context of family relationships;questions the relevance of the social model of disability to the experience of young disabled Asian people;addresses weaknesses in current policy and practice.·[vbTab]South Asian disabled young people and their families will be invaluable to health and social care workers, service managers and policy makers as well as researchers.
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Yasmin Hussain, School of Social Policy and Sociology, University of Leeds, Karl Atkin, Centre for Research in Primary Care, Nuffield Institute for Health, University of Leeds and Waqar Ahmad, Division of Research, Analysis and Evaluation, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
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