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Resources exploring the characteristics and features of different types of carer and caring situations are listed within the following 17 themes:
Adults caring for parents/in-laws, and parents caring for adult children with disabilities.
The characteristics and features of carers in different situations and relationships.
Family members caring for children under 18 with a long-term condition, including physical disability, mental health and learning disability.
The multiple relationships in caring including parents; children; siblings; intergenerational care; mutual support; non-kin care, and other caring dyads.
Carers with simultaneous caring responsibilities for parents and children, and for managing care alongside other demands.