About this book
This book takes a close look at family relationships at the end of the life cycle. Based on a representative sample of people aged 75 or more in a major British city, it investigates in depth what the caring relationship actually means to those elderly people and carers, mostly family members, who are involved on a day to day basis. An important book for health and welfare professionals involved in planning and providing services.
Affect care disability family state
Hazel Qureshi and Alan Walker 1989
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