'Just helping': Children living with a parent with young onset dementia.

@article{Svanberg2010JustHC,
  title={'Just helping': Children living with a parent with young onset dementia.},
  author={Emma Svanberg and Joshua Stott and Aimee Spector},
  journal={Aging & mental health},
  year={2010},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={740-51}
}
OBJECTIVES While the consequences of caring for younger people with dementia have been a growing area of research, little is known about the children of these individuals. This study aimed to discover whether children of younger people with dementia can be compared to other young carers, the impact of their caring on mood, burden and resilience and what could promote coping. METHOD In-depth interviews were carried out with 12 participants aged 11-18. A grounded theory methodology was used… CONTINUE READING
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