Counseling parents of mentally retarded children and youth by David H Fils

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  • Children with mental disabilities -- Care,
  • Children with mental disabilities -- Family relationships

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Statement[by] David H. Fils [and] Arthur A. Attwell
SeriesED 039 697
ContributionsAttwell, Arthur A
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Pagination40 ℓ.
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL22807395M

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a compilation of 62 readings, the book considers the guidance of exceptional children. an overview section presents papers dealing with self-concept, vocational rehabilitation, behavior modification, and the guidance counselor.

included in a section on gifted children are articles about career requirements of gifted children and parents, counseling and guidance, and : John Curtis Gowan, George D. Demos. The second edition of Mental Retardation: Readings and Resources is a total revision, reflecting this expanded the 56 readings in the first edition, only 17 were retained in the second edition.

Most of the new selections were published between and Counseling Parents of the Mentally Retarded Preparation of. A cross sectional study of mentally retarded children of age years was conducted in Faisalabad and Islamabad districts by using convenient sampling technique.

"Counseling With Parents of Retarded Children Living at Home," from Social Work, January,pp This article discusses techniques teachers and social workers can use for helping parents recognize and cope with problems presented by a retarded child.

The emphasis is placed on dealing with the parents and their attitudes about the. child. Full text of "Children with Mental Retardation: A Guide for Teachers, Parents, and Others Who Work with Mentally Retarded Preschoolers" See other formats.

An Overview of Education at the Columbus State School / Roy E. Ferguson and Associates --Speech and the Mentally Retarded Child / Stanley M.

Goertzen --Speech Rehabilitation for the Mentally Handicapped / Ruth G. Arnold --Scope and Sequence of a Developmental Speech Program --Aphasia in Children / Helmer R.

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THE EFFECTS OF BEREAVEMENT ON PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY. So far, much of the work concerning reactions to grief among individuals with ID consists of descriptive case reports. 36 From these, it is clear that, as in the general population, grief can precipitate various psychiatric disorders, such as depression, 12–14 mania, 15 and psychosis.

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Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Welfare Administration, Children's Bureau, ), by Ilse S. Wolff and United States Children's Bureau (page images at HathiTrust). Whereas parents of a mentally retarded child for the most part have little choice about special programs for their child (Ross, ), parents of gifted children face a different situation.

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For children who grow up in the care of a mentally ill parent, life is often filled with anxiety, uncertainty, and vigilance. It is not unusual for their needs to be neglected — and they may.

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Fifty-one to year-old siblings of mentally retarded children were given the Family Relations Test and Rotter's Incomplete Sentence Test. Results indicated family dynamics were influenced by parent reaction to the handicapped child. Compared to controls, the siblings showed idealization of the mentally handicapped child and more conflicts.

Counselors' activities in the vocational rehabilitation of the mentally retarded Counselors' activities in the vocational rehabilitation of the mentally retarded DiMichael, Salvatore G.; Terwilliger, W. Bird INTRODUCTION There are many signs of sharply increasing interest and wider efforts to help the mentally retarded achieve personal, social and vocational adjustment.Danny Bernstein, who runs the Backyard Sports program for children with disabilities in Westchester County, takes a similar approach.

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During the current year Markaz assessed more than Students. Integration. At Markaz-e-Umeed the Mentally Retarded children are given opportunity to mix with normal persons of the society.

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