The lives of young carers in England omnibus survey report: Research report
reportposted on 2017-02-08, 11:38 authored by Jo Aldridge, Sarah Cheesbrough, Carrie Harding, Hannah Webster, Luke Taylor
This research report presents findings of a survey of parents of young carers aged 5 to 17 and, where possible, young carers themselves aged 11 to 17. The survey was conducted across England by Kantar Public1 between July 2015 and February 2016. A further week of fieldwork was conducted in June 2016. A ‘comparison’ survey of families not containing a young carer was conducted in February 2016. The research forms part of a broader suite of research commissioned by the Department for Education that aims to serve as a baseline study of the lives of young carers in England and to help measure the effectiveness of legislative changes in improving the identification and support of young carers and their families.
Department for Education
- Social Sciences
- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
Published inThe Lives of Young Carers in England Omnibus Survey Report. Research Report
Pages1 - 59 (60)
CitationALDRIDGE, J. ... et al, 2016. The lives of young carers in England omnibus survey report: Research report. London: Department for Education.
Publisher© TNS BMRB. Published by the Department for Education
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NotesThis is an official report.
Book seriesDepartment for Education Research Report;DFE-RR636