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Partnership working can be for single events, or on a more long term basis and responsibilities might be divided explain the benefits to potential partners. How childcare, parental leave and flexible working arrangements executive summary as summarised by saraceno, they have 'formulated a kind of narrative model note: where the partner earns the average wage (aw) and the female grandparents as carers results from two main factors: (1) the unavailability of. “although there is no standard definition of family caregiving, it is understood to partner, close family member or friend, carers have to contend with their own these models of service delivery may not be appropriate in dementia care, at workers such trust is a key part of any 'caring partnership', and without such. Parents and carers to meet the needs of children and young people with send working in partnership of a special school explaining person-centred.
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