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Instructions for authors, subscriptions and further details:AQ AQal\ViV Rf FamilieV¶ E[SeUieQceV ZiWh YRXQg ChildUeQwith Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDs)during COVID-19 Lockdown in PakistanMalik Mamoon Munir1, Ume Rubaca2, Malik Haroon Munir3,Bakhtawar Munir21) Bahria University Islamabad, Pakistan2) Comsats University Islamabad, Pakistan3) Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, AustraliaDate of publication: Issue published 30 March 2021Edition period: March 2021±July 2021To cite this article:Munir, M.M., Rubaca, U., Munir, M.H., & Munir, B.(2021). An Analysis ofFamilieV¶ E[SeUienceV ZiWh YoXng ChildUen ZiWhIntellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDDs) during COVID-19Lockdown in Pakistan.International and Multidisciplinary Journal of SocialSciences,10(1), 81-103. doi: 10.17583/rimcis.2021.7546To link this article:PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR ARTICLEThe terms and conditions of use are related to the Open Journal System andtoCreative Commons Attribution License(CC-BY).
RIMCISInternational and Multidisciplinary Journal of SocialSciences Vol. 10 No. 1 March 2021 pp. 81-1032021 HipatiaPressISSN: 2014-3680DOI: 10.17583/rimcis.2021.7546AQ AQal\ViV Rf FamilieV¶ E[SeUieQceVwith Young Children with Intellectualand Developmental Disabilities (IDDs)during COVID-19 Lockdown inPakistanMalik Mamoon MunirBahria Univesity IslamabadMalik Haroon MunirAustralian National UniversityUme RubacaComsats Univesity IslamabadBakhtawar MunirComsats University IslamabadAbstractThe shadow impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are critical, especially for childrenwith intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDDs). Financial constraints andhome confinement have increased the challenges for caregivers to meet theeducational and health needs of children with IDDs. Hence, this research examinesthe impact of COVID-19 lockdown on families with IDDs children in rural Pakistan.Overall, 176 parents participated in this study and provided valuable responsesthrough interview technique. Parents responded to five (05) open-ended questions.Results indicated that parents of children with IDDs are facing various challengesincluding financial constraints, social lockdown, deteriorated health conditions oftheir children, reduced or no health services, closure of educational institutes, negativebehavioral impacts, and slow mental development. Still, a subset of parents alsoreported the positive side of lockdown, indicating that staying at home resulted inimproved relationships. The findings of the study suggest that parents of children withIDDs are confronted with significant challenges that increase their stress.Keywords:COVID-19, lockdown, pandemic, children, Pakistan
RIMCISInternational and Multidisciplinary Journal of SocialSciences Vol. 10 No. 1 March 2021 pp. 81-1032021 Hipatia PressISSN: 2014-3680DOI: 10.17583/rimcis.2021.7546Un Análisis de la Experiencia deFamilias con Niños Pequeños conDiscapacidades Intelectuales y delDesarrollo (IDD) durante elConfinamiento porCOVID-19 enPakistán

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