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Working and caring

Working and caring Feature Michèle Hollywood Marketing director, Hanover Housing woman in her 40s could have children under the age of ten as well as Working and parents in their 70s and 80s needing care. Many will also be holding down a full-time job. Personally I consider myself lucky as although caring my mother is over 80 and fairly frail, I come from a large family and we tend Michèle Hollywood describes how two of to share the care role. Jill and Lynn, who also work Hanover’s staff have combined caring for at Hanover, have different experiences. older relatives with their paid work with older people. Jill’s story Hanover Housing Association manages over 17,000 retirement properties across the UK. Our on-site Jill works as a technical administrator in our repairs estate managers provide services to more than and major works department. She has been at 20,000 older people ranging in age from 55 to over Hanover for ten years and is married with two 100. Our focus is on ensuring that older people are grown up children. Her husband is retired and she able to sustain their independence in their own is the only family carer for her mother, Ethel, who homes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Working with Older People Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1366-3666
DOI
10.1108/13663666200400026
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Abstract

Feature Michèle Hollywood Marketing director, Hanover Housing woman in her 40s could have children under the age of ten as well as Working and parents in their 70s and 80s needing care. Many will also be holding down a full-time job. Personally I consider myself lucky as although caring my mother is over 80 and fairly frail, I come from a large family and we tend Michèle Hollywood describes how two of to share the care role. Jill and Lynn, who also work Hanover’s staff have combined caring for at Hanover, have different experiences. older relatives with their paid work with older people. Jill’s story Hanover Housing Association manages over 17,000 retirement properties across the UK. Our on-site Jill works as a technical administrator in our repairs estate managers provide services to more than and major works department. She has been at 20,000 older people ranging in age from 55 to over Hanover for ten years and is married with two 100. Our focus is on ensuring that older people are grown up children. Her husband is retired and she able to sustain their independence in their own is the only family carer for her mother, Ethel, who homes

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Working with Older PeopleEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2004

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