Men Care Too


Awareness of how men experience the caring role could be better understood through researching topics such as Masculinity, Social Service Workforce, Male Suicide and Social Connectedness in relation to the caring role.


This paper was presented on October 4 at the 7th International Carers Conference in Adelaide, South Australia. 


Carers Trust and the Men’s Health Forum carried out a survey of male carers at the start of 2014. 609 male carers from across the UK took part ....


A large number of Australian men care for their spouse, child, parent, sibling or other family member or friend. However, male carers are often not recognised, and therefore receive less support ..... 


Emerging themes were the spectrum of caregiving, the experience of caregiving, and the use of formal support systems ....


Older male carers can often be characterised by non-awareness, reluctance or resistance to identify with a ‘carer’ label....


The purpose of this scoping review was to examine the empirical evidence published since 2007 on men as family caregivers of persons with dementia ...

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