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A study of dyadic interdependence of control, social participation and occupation of adults who use long-term care services and their carers

Purpose Unpaid care is an important source of support of people with long-term conditions. Interdependence of carers’ and care recipients’ quality of life would be expected due to the relational nature of caregiving. This study aims to explore interdependence of quality of life in carer/care-recipient dyads, especially in relation to mutual interdependence due to social feedback in ...

The effect of lengthening Life Expectancy on future pension and Long-Term Care expenditure in England, 2007 to 2032

Social Policy Department, London School of Economics and Political Science 5 Pensions Policy Institute 2 Juliette Malley 3 , Marcello Morciano 4 , John Adams Background Methods Results The aim of this