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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

Frédérique Hoffmann , Manfred Huber , Ricardo Rodrigues

ABSTRACT

This chapter seeks to provide an overview of the challenges facing informal carers today and in the near future. This chapter tackles the issue of whether the current picture of informal caregiving in Europe is likely to hold in the future and how the different public policies may impact carers. It also represents the recognition of the role of carers, which may in turn lead to the improvement of their social status and well-being. Lastly, this chapter looks at policies which provide leaves from work that can, to some extent, improve the conciliation of their care tasks with gainful employment. The current picture of informal care may be in a state of flux driven precisely by changes in demographics, living arrangements and the labour market participation of women of working age that today make up a substantial part of informal carers. Although governments have gradually recognised the critical role played by carers, current policies will need to accommodate for changes in the profile of informal carers. More... »

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243-260

Book

TITLE

Family Well-Being

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978-94-007-4353-3
978-94-007-4354-0

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