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Challenging the myth;"they look after their own"; carers services; access issues for black and minority ethnic carers in Wales; executive summary

This examination of the extent to which carers services in Wales are accessible to Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) carers is located within the overall 'Caring about Carers - a Strategy for Carers In Wales (Implementation Plan)', a project initiated by the Welsh Assembly Government. Supported also by the Welsh Assembly Government, and carried out within the auspices of AWEMA (All Wales Ethnic Minority Association) as a BME Carers project, this study sets out to explore the needs of BME carers in Wales and the extent to which they felt that their needs were being recognised and addressed by mainstream services.

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Key Information

Type of Reference
Govdoc
Publisher
Wales. national assembly
ISBN/ISSN
0 7504 9949 4
Resource Database
Social care online
Publication Year
2003
Start Page
14p.