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Invisible families: The strengths and needs of black families in which young people have caring responsibilities

By Adele Jones, Dharman Jeyasingham and Sita Rajasooriya

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This study investigated the experiences and needs of black young people caring for disabled or ill family members and their access to services. A joint research team from Manchester Metropolitan University and the Bibini Centre for Young People interviewed young people and adults from 20 families and also sought the views of professionals from relevant social care\ud agencies

Topics: HQ, HT, HV
Publisher: The Policy Press and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:4181

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