- Author:Adele M. Gill
- Publisher:Exceptional Parent Press (June 1978)
- Pages:118 pages
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Useful special topics covered include the assessment of children with disabilities who have suffered from . Clinicians seeking a broader alternative to conventional testing practices and materials will rejoice as they read this book, and will be sure to refer to it repeatedly in their work.
Useful special topics covered include the assessment of children with disabilities who have suffered from maltreatment or trauma. I was also impressed by the concluding chapter on ethical and legal issues. -Joan Lieber, PhD, University of Maryland, College Park. This volume represents the state of the art in psychological assessment of children. It makes a compelling case for moving beyond strictly psychometric testing, especially for hard-to-assess children and adolescents.
This study aims to characterize caregivers of children with intellectual disabilities who are about to seek outside support and care and to identify the conditions under which psychological well-being and parental stress are affected using parental stress as a mediating factor. We found that parental stress and the child's depressive feelings strongly affected psychological well-being. We also found an indirect relation of restricted caregiver social activities through parental stress.
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This gives children the opportunity to consult their own emotional experience and contributes to the creation of conditions for their expression.
School Psychological Examiners are assessors licensed by a State Department of Education to work with . Keep up with laws and regulations concerning the assessment and placement of children with special needs.
Keep up with laws and regulations concerning the assessment and placement of children with special needs.
perspectives of parents of children with an intellectual, physical, or. .
perspectives of parents of children with an intellectual, physical, or learning disability. Thirty-two parents were interviewed as to past, present, and the modes of coping. 2 Department of Education and Psychology, The Open University of Israel, Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. 3 To whom correspondence should be addressed at Department of Education and Psychology, The Open University of Israel, 16 Klausner Street, Ramat Aviv, 61392 Tel Aviv, Israel; e-mail: taliheil. Families with children with special needs face both the normal pressures and tensions of family life and, in addition, adjustment to the presence of the child with a disability.
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Family members of children with disabilities are often perceived to experience harmful psychological effects (16). These extreme stress levels heighten negative health outcomes like depression and marital dissatisfaction (17). Parents are found with unstable emotionality, constant grief, psychological ill health, and unsatisfactory social health. Studies have found them to be at a higher risk for marital discord and social isolation.