Mental health: ethnic minority carers’ experiences
Profiles - People caring for a son or daughter
Nick - Interview 02
Nick is married with two grown up children. Originally from Sri Lanka, he worked for a news agency before retiring and is now working on mental health issues in a voluntary capacity. He became a carer at age 62.
Miriam - Interview 05
Miriam works as a Nurse Practitioner (mental health). Originally from East Africa, she came to the UK nearly twenty years ago. She lives with her husband and her two youngest children. She became a carer at age 46.
Tina - Interview 18
Tina is married and has two grown up children. Ethnic background' Asian.
Jane - Interview 22
Jane lives with her husband and her daughter Sarah. She also has other grown up children. She became a carer at age 48.
Sarah - Interview 25
Originally from France, Sarah is a retired teacher. She is divorced and lives with her son. She also has two daughters in their twenties. She became a carer at age 52.
Leah - Interview 28
Leah came to the UK from Hong Kong in 1969. She works in a restaurant and has four grown up children. She became a carer at age 46. Ethnic background: Chinese.
Agnes - Interview 29
Originally from Hong Kong, Agnes has lived in London for many years. She became a carer at age 45. Ethnic background: Chinese.