Indian Parents' Role in Special Needs Children's Rehabilitation

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Ms. Avishikta Ray Das, Mr. Brishnendra Mishra, Mrs. Poonam Bhardwaj, Swarnim Rai

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The purpose of this essay is to clarify the intricate relationships between numerous topics pertaining to the rehabilitation of kids with special needs and the crucial responsibilities parents can play in that process.


Method: review of the literature and concepts.


Result and conclusion: In the family, being a parent is a cause for joy and celebration. However, when a child is disable by birth, it puts parents in a difficult predicament. Parental acceptance of the child and support of their growth and development are crucial. Parents will play a crucial role as a kid's facilitator and teacher because every child develops in sensory-motor, cognitive-perceptual, and psychosocial domains in a different way.The difficulties of raising a disabled child is complicated by India's medical and rehabilitation facilities, as well as parents' socioeconomic status, education, and disability knowledge.In this situation, parents must play a significant part in their child's growth in all spheres of life and in helping them live dignified lives in society.

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Ms. Avishikta Ray Das, Mr. Brishnendra Mishra, Mrs. Poonam Bhardwaj, Swarnim Rai. (2022). Indian Parents’ Role in Special Needs Children’s Rehabilitation. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 5(1s), 43–46. Retrieved from https://www.jrtdd.com/index.php/journal/article/view/80
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