Universal Breadwinner Versus Universal Caregiver Model: Fathers' Involvement in Caregiving and Well‐Being of Mothers of Offspring with Intellectual Disabilities
The universal breadwinner model means both parents are employed; while the universal caregiver model implies that the father's hours of caregiving are equal or higher to those of the mother. This study aims to examine the hypothesis that the universal caregiver model is more related to the overall well‐being of mothers of children with intellectual disabilities than the universal breadwinner model.
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