TITLE

Support of autistic children families

AUTHOR(S)
Spanopoulou, A.; Adamou, V.; Papastergiou, D.; Kalogeropoulou, I.
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Scientific Chronicles / Epistimonika Chronika;Oct2012, p200
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Raising an autistic child can undoubtedly be a very demanding experience for the whole family, considering parents as well as children, in general. As far as the present review study is concerned, the contribution of the family in the education and health development of autistic children has been pointed out. Moreover, the needs and problems of those families are presented together with some measures that ought to be taken in order to support all family members - which refer to parents as well as siblings, if there are any - in order to enable them to have positive results in their effort.
ACCESSION #
85267608

 

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