By Ruth Evans
This ground-breaking e-book specializes in the reports and views of kids which are taking care of a guardian with HIV within the international North and South. Drawing on unique learn information, this e-book provides a distinct perception into the similarities and transformations in kid's reports throughout varied socio-economic, cultural and welfare contexts. This e-book makes an important contribution to the turning out to be learn facts on childrens with being concerned obligations ('young carers') and the affects of HIV/AIDS on households globally. It examines the affects of caregiving inside households tormented by HIV/AIDS; kid's and households' resilience; the standards influencing no matter if youngsters get entangled in care paintings; and native and international coverage responses. also, it offers the money owed of folks residing with HIV and repair companies operating with households. This publication might be of curiosity to policymakers and practitioners in HIV/AIDS, and to researchers, lecturers and scholars involved in foreign improvement; social coverage; early life and early life reports; social paintings; health and wellbeing and social care; schooling; kid's companies; and, nursing and palliative care.
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Extra resources for Children Caring for Parents with HIV and AIDS: Global Issues and Policy Responses
The term ‘young carer’ does not adequately convey the multiple meanings and experiences of these children – where caregiving may be only one dimension of their experience of living in a household affected by HIV/AIDS. At the same time, however, the lack of recognition of young people’s caring responsibilities hides young people’s particular contributions, roles and responsibilities in families affected by HIV/AIDS. There is little recognition of the distinct role of children with caring responsibilities in Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly the extent, nature and outcomes of their caring tasks, and there are few services specifically designed to support them.
That world includes our bodies, our selves, and our environment, all of which we seek to interweave in a complex, life-sustaining web. (Tronto and Fisher, cited in Tronto, 1993: 103) From this perspective, care is an ongoing process, ‘both a practice and a disposition’, that involves ‘taking the concerns and needs of the other as the basis for action’ (Tronto, 1993: 105). Care is culturally defined, varying according to different cultures at different times and in different places (Tronto, 1993: 103).
Most children do not become young carers because there are other family members available to provide care, or because families receive social care or health-related support or services, thus reducing the need for children to take on caring roles and reducing in some cases the negative outcomes that can be associated with substantial and regular caregiving. The UK 2001 Census shows that 175,000 children provide some level of unpaid care to other family members. 1 shows the number and proportion of children who provide unpaid care in the four countries that constitute the UK.