Lifespan Perspectives On The Family And Disability
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How do families cope, adapt, and grow through the challenge of living with a child with a disability? How do family members nurture and support the developmental journey to adulthood? When a child has a disability, it affects the parents and other family members as individuals, the family as a system, and the parental role. This book examines the questions above as it focuses on understanding families and addressing communication and collaboration between family members. Topics include: the family as an interactive unit, stress, coping, day-to-day issues, the family within the community, the early childhood years, schools, and more. Parents, educators, and therapists.
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