“What's going to happen when we're gone?” Family caregiving capacity for older people with an intellectual disability in Ireland

By: Brennan, Damien.
Contributor(s): Murphy, Rebecca | McCallion, Philip | McCarron, Mary | Moore, Steve | Lister, Katherine | Rayner, Kelly.
Series: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 31 (2) March 2018: 226-235. 2018Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | AGEING | CAREGIVERS | FUTURE PLANNING | SIBLING CAREGIVERS | IRELAND | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SUPPLEMENT TO THE IRISH LONGITUDINAL DATABASE ON AGEING (IDS-TILDA)Online resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: With specific reference to contemporary Ireland, this article seeks to illuminate the extent and nature of future care planning amongst parent and sibling carers with their ageing family member with an intellectual disability. In Ireland, families are the main providers of support for people with an intellectual disability.
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With specific reference to contemporary Ireland, this article seeks to illuminate the extent and nature of future care planning amongst parent and sibling carers with their ageing family member with an intellectual disability. In Ireland, families are the main providers of support for people with an intellectual disability.

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