AccessAble Poll: Disabled adults rely on Mums to support with care

I’m writing a guest post for AccessAble about how many working age disabled people rely on their Mums for care due to cuts to social care funding and poor quality carers.

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2 thoughts on “AccessAble Poll: Disabled adults rely on Mums to support with care

  1. Mothers specifically or parents and others in general? I said no. When I’m stuck, it’s my husband or my Dad, for non-personal care. My mother is an ocean away, and I wouldn’t ask her, anyway

  2. I’m focussing on Mums as my guest post will be related to Mothers Day. However, people are welcome to mention Dads, husbands/wives/partners etc.