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Parent attitudes in rearing mentally retarded children

California State Department of Education

Parent attitudes in rearing mentally retarded children

by California State Department of Education

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Published by The Department in Sacramento, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children with mental disabilities -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography : p. 93-95

    StatementNathan S. Leichman, consultant in research project director
    ContributionsLeichman, Nathan S
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 133 p. :
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14822583M

    Online Resources Related to Parenting Children with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities. PACER. The Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights (PACER) is the leading organization for parents of children with disabilities. PACER was established in as a way for parents with children with disabilities to educate other parents. Full text of "Children with Mental Retardation: A Guide for Teachers, Parents, and Others Who Work with Mentally Retarded Preschoolers" See other formats.

    Empathy for Parents of Special Needs Children: Coping & Help The demands of having special needs children have a definite effect on parents. Posted mentally retarded. Child #1 is failing in school, and has a very low IQ. Child #2 is failing in school and has an average or above average IQ. Pick the label for each of these children. A) mentally retarded; specific learning disability B) specific learning disability; mentally retarded C) in both cases, specific learning disability D).

    During the s, children with moderate mental retardation emerged as a focus of concern, largely through the efforts of increasingly well-organised parent advocacy groups. An important event during this time was the formation in of the National Association for Retarded Children (NARC), now known as the ARC (Association for Retarded. mental retardation OR mild mental retardation OR moderate mental retardation OR severe mental retardation OR developmental disabilities AND teaching methods OR classroom techniques OR educational strategies. EJ EC Strategies for Functional Community-Based Instruction and Inclusion for Children with Mental Retardation.


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Parent attitudes in rearing mentally retarded children by California State Department of Education Download PDF EPUB FB2

Parent attitudes in rearing mentally retarded children. Sacramento, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nathan S Leichman; California. State Department of Education.; United States. Office of Education.

Methods: This study was conducted in the Child Guidance Clinic of a tertiary care psychiatry hospital. The study sample, comprising subjects, was categorized as: group A (60 parents of profound to moderately mentally retarded children), group B (60 parents of mild to borderline mentally retarded children) and group C (60 parents of children with normal intelligence).

State Department of Education.; United States. Office of Education. Title(s): Parent attitudes in rearing mentally retarded children[by] Nathan S. Leichman. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Sacramento, Intellectual Disability*; Parent-Child Relations* Notes: Report on Project No.

OEContract No. SAEwith the. CHAPTER 1 The Parents of the Mentally Retarded Child To make this book truly a guide for parents, we must start with the parents themselves, particularly with their attitudes and adjustments. To help the par­ ents of a retarded child cope with their problem, and to assist them in keeping up their own morale, is theFile Size: KB.

Directed to parents of mentally retarded children, the manual describes the problem of retardation that these parents must face and their reactions to it.

Mental retardation is explained, and both emotional and social maturity are discussed. The necessity of choosing a life plan for the retarded child and factors involved in the decision are considered, as are current trends in the field of Cited by: 2.

Siblings of Children with Disabilities" (Stanley D. Klein and Maxwell J. Schleifer, Editors). The book examines the attitudes of siblings and parents of disabled children, and discusses how parents' attitudes and actions determine whether the presence of such children in the family will be a positive or negative experience.

Conducted 2 exploratory studies involving children's reports of parental behavior and parents' child-rearing and internal-external (I-E) control attitudes as antecedents of children's beliefs that. parent may have as well as the parent’s language, ethnic and cultural background, the age of their children and individual preferences.

For parents with disabilities and their families, one size does not fit all. What works for one family may not work for another family – even though both parents may appear to have the exact same Size: KB. impaired, visually-impaired and severely mentally retarded children on the evaluative dimension.

Males showed more favourable attitude towards the educable, mentally retarded and speech impaired. Female parents had significantly more favourable attitudes than the male parents. On the activity factor, sex had no differential effect on attitudesFile Size: 89KB.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Full text of "Parental attitudes toward exceptional children".

Children -- Attitudes. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Children; Attitudes; Narrower terms: Children -- Attitudes -- Juvenile literature; Children   Tips for Parenting with a Mental Illness Related Articles This article features affiliate links towhere a small commission is paid to Psych Central if a book.

Fifty-one to year-old siblings of mentally retarded children were given the Family Relations Test and Rotter's Incomplete Sentence Test. Results indicated family dynamics were influenced by parent reaction to the handicapped child. Compared to controls, the siblings showed idealization of the mentally handicapped child and more conflicts.

special subject teachers, to the regular classroom teacher with a mentally retarded child in his class, and to administrators, parents, and other professionals working with the mentally retarded. The role and functions of the teacher, as he creates 4 beneficial environment for learning, fora the first area of consideration.

Additionally, parents of gifted children are often faced with the decision of whether or not to allow their child to participate in a special "gifted program." Whereas parents of a mentally retarded child for the most part have little choice about special programs for their child (Ross, ), parents of gifted children face a different situation.

Rearing, *Exceptional Child Education, Gifted, Guides, *Handicapped Children, *Parent Education, *Parent Role. ABSTRACT. One in a series of over 50 similar listings relating to handicapped and-gifted children, the annotated bibliography contains 92 references selected from Exceptional Child Education.

An analysis of changes in parent attitudes toward child-rearing showed a significant positive change among PET parents over the control group. a book, and a word list. developed a systematic media approach to teaching parents to train their preschool mentally retarded children in selected self-help skills.

Forty sets of parents were. Whatever it is, having an emotionally unavailable parent or guardian can lead to a lifelong journey of unstable or failed relationships, emotional neediness, empty voids, identity confusion, poor.

Sharlin and Elshanskaya () studied Soviet immigrant parents' attitudes and perceptions of their children's problems and causes of parental stress and tension related to their immigration to Israel. Sixty percent of the respondents found it harder to be a parent and dealt with more child rearing problems in Israel than in the former by: 1.

Content will be concerned with areas discussed earlier, namely the understanding of the significance of social and other differences, family expectations of children, child development and child rearing practices and the practical application of such School Social Services to the Mentally Retarded knowledge in the every day management of Author: Helen L.

Beck. Stress, Coping strategies, Mentally retarded children. INTRODUCTION: Mental retardation is a unique disorder, both as a symptom as well as syndrome, which fall under the broad rubric of neurodevelopmental disabilities. [1] According to ICD, Mental Retardation is a condition of "arrested or incomplete development of the mind” and characterized by impaired Author: Mukesh Morya, Atul Agrawal, Suneet Kumar Upadhyaya, D.

K. Sharma.8 Reasons Parents Fail to Love Their Kids children must replicate their parent’s attitudes and choices. This type of parent will cause children to have feelings of being trapped or.The sample included 21 teenage siblings of 16 mentally retarded children whose ages ranged from 10 months to 5 1/2 years.

PAGE 30 18 Nine of the retarded children were male; seven were female. Fourteen of the mentally retarded children were living at home, and two were in an institution.

Data were obtained by an interview procedure.