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  • 1. Department of Social Policy and InterventionBarnett House32 Wellington SquareOxfordOX1 2ERAre you supporting family or friends who are sick, disabled orfrail? Could you spare an hour to help with some researchinto caring?I am a research student at the University of Oxford, and amcarrying out a study that looks at the experience of caring and howthis affects carers’ finances and their approach to financial andretirement planning.I am looking to interview carers who are willing to discuss theirexperiences. I am hoping to speak to carers who • regularly provide around 20 hours a week of unpaid care/support to family, friends or neighbours • are aged between 35 and 65The interview should last for no longer than an hour, and can bearranged for a time and place to suit you.If you would like to find out more, please contact me on07515371010, or email me on Sarah.Hutchinson@stx.ox.ac.uk.Many thanks for your time.Sarah HutchinsonDPhil Candidate, Department of Social Policy and Social WorkSt Cross College, University of Oxford.

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