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Parental adaptation to out of home placement of a child with severe or profound developmental disabilities

By: Jackson, Jeffrey B.
Contributor(s): Roper, Susanne Roper.
Series: American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 119 (3) 2014: 203-219.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): CHILDREN | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | PLACEMENT | PARENTS | FAMILY EXPERIENCES | FAMILY STRESS | FAMILY SUPPORT | COPINGSummary: Utilising grounded theory qualitative research method, a model was developed for describing parental adaptation after voluntary placement of a child with severe or profound developmental disabilities in out of home care. Interviews with parents using this model identified the primary themes common to all families.
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Utilising grounded theory qualitative research method, a model was developed for describing parental adaptation after voluntary placement of a child with severe or profound developmental disabilities in out of home care. Interviews with parents using this model identified the primary themes common to all families.

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