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International Journal of Home Science

2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 3, PART G

Impact of disabled child in the family

Author(s): Dr. Shobha Rani
This report centers around the impact of the presence of a debilitated kid in a family and in specific on its demographically important results in a relative system. Couples who back an impaired youngster are all the more regularly unsteady, all the more frequently forego their ripeness expectations, all the more often experience the ill effects of monetary troubles, show more conventional sex job game plans, are all the more often in terrible wellbeing, and have lower prosperity than families without incapacities. The outcomes are likewise unique for moms and fathers: fathers of incapacitated kids have less passionate trades, while moms will in general endure more regarding social contact. Sentiments of void, forlornness and dismissal are more average of moms with crippled youngsters. This report adds to the current writing by indicating that relative huge scope reviews on themes other than inability, (for example, the Sex and Generation reviews) can be a serious rich wellspring of data on the family life of handicapped kids.
Pages: 395-397  |  157 Views  77 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Shobha Rani. Impact of disabled child in the family. Int J Home Sci 2020;6(3):395-397.

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