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A qualitative inquiry of Korean mothers’ perceptions of grandparents’ roles and support for families of children with severe disabilities

By: Lee, Misuk.
Contributor(s): Gardner, J. Emmett.
Series: International Journal of Developmental Disabilities 61 (4) October 2015: 206-221. 2015Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | CHILDREN | GRANDPARENTS | FAMILIES | KOREA | MOTHERSOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Investigated the perceptions of Korean mothers of children with severe disabilities regarding on how grandparents are involved in the lives of their grandchildren. Focuses on unique issues experienced by Korean grandparents, universal cross-cultural perspectives regarding grandparents' positive roles supporting families of children with severe disabilities and strategies to continue promoting helpful and adaptive grandparent involvement.
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Investigated the perceptions of Korean mothers of children with severe disabilities regarding on how grandparents are involved in the lives of their grandchildren. Focuses on unique issues experienced by Korean grandparents, universal cross-cultural perspectives regarding grandparents' positive roles supporting families of children with severe disabilities and strategies to continue promoting helpful and adaptive grandparent involvement.

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