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‘We create our own small world’: daily realities of mothers of disabled children in a South African urban settlement
Parents of disabled children face many challenges. Understanding their experiences and acknowledging contextual influences is vital in developing intervention strategies that fit their daily realities. However, studies ...
Exploring adaptation and agency of mothers caring for disabled children inan urban settlement in South Africa: A qualitative study
Mothers of disabled children who are living in poverty face multiple interlinked disadvantages in relation togender, care, disability, and poverty. Yet, their experiences have been largely neglected in academic literature.This ...