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Disability, Care and Family Law (eBook)

Edited by: Beverley Clough, Jonathan Herring

ISBN13: 9781000375183
Published: April 2021
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
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This book explores the series of issues that emerge at the intersection of disability, care and family law.

Disability studies is an area of increasing academic interest. As well as a subject in its own right, there has been growing concern to ensure that mainstream subjects diversify and include marginalised voices, including those of disabled people. Family law in modern times is often based on an "able-bodied autonomous norm" but can fit less well with the complexities of living with disability. In response, this book addresses a range of important and highly topical issues: whether care proceedings are used too often in cases where parents have disabilities; how law should respond to children who care for disabled parents; and the care of older family members with disabilities. It also considers the challenges posed by the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, particularly around the different institutional and state responsibilities captured in the Convention, and around decision-making for both disabled adults and children.

This interdisciplinary collection – with contributors from law, criminology, sociology, and social policy as well as from policy and activist backgrounds – will appeal to academic family lawyers and disability scholars as well as students interested in issues around family law, disability and care.

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Family Law, Social Security and Welfare Law, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction
Part I. Care relations in policy context
1. Disability and Care- Theoretical antagonisms revisited
Beverley Clough
2. Mothering, Disability and Care: Beyond the Prison Wall
Chrissie Rogers
3. Children Care
Jonathan Herring
4. Ageing, Disability and Family Life
Kirstein Rummery
Part II. Disabled Children: Interacting with institutional and legal settings
5. Children’s Understanding of Disability
Siân E. Jones
6. Deprivation of Liberty, Parental Consent and the Rights of the Child
Camilla Parker
7. Transforming Family Responsibilities: Children with Disabilities, Parental Responsibility and Family Life
Jo Bridgeman
Part III. Adults and family relationships
8. The Exam It’s Impossible to Pass: How Disabled Parents are at Risk of Having to Prove The Impossible in Care Proceedings
Mark Higgins
9. "He got down on one knee": Intellectual Disability, Intimacy and Family Law
Rosie Harding
10. Protecting disabled adults from abusive family relationships: Mental capacity, autonomy and vulnerability
Jaime Lindsey
11. Law and Dementia: Family Context and the Experience of Dementia in Old Age
Margaret Isabel Hall