Peer support for parents of disabled children part 1: perceived outcomes of a one-to-one service, a qualitative study


Parents of disabled children are encouraged by health services to seek peer support. Delivering one-to-one support services is resource intensive and so it is important their effectiveness is evaluated. This qualitative study considers the impact on both recipients and befrienders.

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