A Study of How Families of Children with Learning Disabilities Perceive Their Children and the Disorder
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Parents impact academic and social success. Most parents lack reliable ideas for helping their children, affecting both. Few studies on learning disabled parents (LD). Current study examines how LD families saw their children. A family LD interview-based study was conducted. 100 LD parents participated. Everyone has LD. After permission, an open-ended 45-60minutes interview was conducted. Parents lacked LD symptomatology and treatment guidelines. After their child's LD diagnosis, they rejected, denied, overprotected, and despaired. Child care strained most parents physically, personally, socially, economically, and emotionally. The research shows the hardships and ignorance of LD parents.
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Mr. Bikram Mazumdar, Dr. J. Rukumani, Dr. Rahul Tiwari, Hishey Lamu Bhutia. (2022). A Study of How Families of Children with Learning Disabilities Perceive Their Children and the Disorder. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 5(1s), 01–05. Retrieved from https://www.jrtdd.com/index.php/journal/article/view/72