Monday, August 10, 2009
SINGLE YOUNG MOTHERS
The extent to which young women with children are dependent on support workers whilst staying at a hostel have fuelled issues for study, hence the investigation was conducted. The researcher looked into the demographic profiles of single young mothers in the United Kingdom to identify the elements linked with the degree of reliance, nature of resources of the sustaining party; supporting people support worker, and tolerability of boarding houses to the kind of tenants. The researcher employed the quantitative method of research to collect informational data from the occupants of Nightingale’s residence in Cardiff, United Kingdom. Interview questions were prepared and questionnaires were fielded to convenient samples. The collected data were computed using Microsoft Excel and SPSS program for the weighted mean, mean, and percentile rank. The results showed that there is a demographic profile for the single mothers specifically in terms of age, number of children, and educational attainment; the level of community acceptance of the homeless and vulnerable component of the society is above average due to the category of Always; the supporting people support workers always observed the diminutions of population who have nowhere to live; the supporting people support workers often bear the homeless single young women’s need for transport resulting to the diminution of impediments in the conveyance of care from hospitals to for example Nightingale hostel at Cardiff, in the United Kingdom; the supporting people support workers often guaranteed that the homeless single young women were afforded hospitalization services to diminish the chances of relapse that would require another hospital medical attention; and the single young women with children often depend on supporting people support workers whilst staying at Nightingale hostel in Cardiff, the United Kingdom.