90% of women feel expected to be carers

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90% of women feel expected to be carers

Almost 90 percent of women feel there is an expectation in families and society that they should take on the role of a carer, should it be needed.

That's according to a survey carried out by the disability charity Revitalise. It says the gender balance needs to be address, as does the issue of unpaid family carers. Earlier we spoke to Jennifer Ukaegbu from the charity.

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