Social Problems Of Mental Retarded Children And Their Parents
- Family perceptions of future programming needs in a sample of individuals with mental retardation. Nicks, Sandra D.; Villa, A. Yancy // Psychological Reports;Jun99 Part 1, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p837
Examines parents' perceived programming needs of their children with mental retardation. Parents' attendance of program in an agency for mental retardation; Concerns on future housing needs of children; Difference in perception of children's future needs among younger and older parents.
- Social acceptance of children with mental retardation: Testing the contact hypothesis with an Italian sample. Manetti, Mara; Schneider, Barry H.; Siperstein, Gary // International Journal of Behavioral Development;May2001, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p279
The purpose of this study was to explore the acceptance of peers with mental retardation (MR) in an Italian elementary school hosting a cluster of pupils with severe and profound MR. A similar school in which most pupils have little regular contact with children with disabilities participated...
- Profound truths. Fagley, Kathleen M. // Exceptional Parent;Feb1993, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p20
Presents a narrative recounting the factors which led to the author's decision to place her three year old, multiply disabled child in a residential facility. Ambivalent feelings as the author and her husband celebrate their son's 11th birthday; Factors surrounding the decision; Guilt; Blame;...
- `We continued the school people's fight at home.' M.J.S. // Exceptional Parent;Feb1993, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p48
Discusses the problems that face parents of a child with disabilities when school professionals cannot agree on the proper kind of program for the child. Approaches; Program of action; Resolving differences; Summary and conclusions.
- A Case Study of a Retarded Child. Robbins, Maxine H. // Education;Dec1961, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p230
This article presents a case of a female retarded child who was able to attend a regular elementary class in Indiana. She had an IQ of 70 and was well-adjusted. She came from a home of slightly below average means. A record was kept of her achievements by both parents and school. Many people,...
- The Educable Mentally Handicapped Child In Illinois. // Exceptional Children;Nov1953, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p92
The article presents an overview of the report "The Educable Mentally Handicapped Child in Illinois," 4th edition, published in 1953 by the Commission for Handicapped Children in Chicago, Illinois.
- Welsh Assembly wins disability policy powers. Marcus, Laura // Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);4/17/2008, Vol. 108 Issue 4116, p5
The article discusses the highlights of a Children in Wales conference that was held in April 2008. It was raised during the event that new devolution powers will allow the Welsh government to create its own policies and procedures for disabled children. The conference was titled "Working...
- Untitled. // Exceptional Parent;Nov2006, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p10
The article presents letters from parents of children and adolescents with special needs that present and exchange information about their experiences in meeting the everyday challenges of life with a child who has a disability, including a letter from a parent of an adolescent with cerebral...
- New knowledge about motherhood: An autoethnography on raising a disabled child. Zibricky, C Dawn // Journal of Family Studies;Apr2014, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p39
This inquiry examines my personal experience of motherhood as it relates to raising a disabled child. Through the methodology of autoethnography, stories and narratives where examined to expose my marginalized position within the realm of motherhood. Two critical theoretical frameworks,...