EDSP6 - February 19, 2009 EDSP210 Chapter 6 Study Guide...

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February 19, 2009 EDSP210 Chapter 6 Study Guide 6.1) A. The emotional stability of each family member B. Religious values and beliefs C. Socioeconomic status D. The severity of the disability E. The type of disability 6.2) A. The stage approach needs further refinement and validation before it can be used accurately to understand, predict, or help parents deal with young infants and children with disabilities. B. Parental responses are highly variable. C. The adjustment process, for most parents, is continuous and distinctively individual. 6.3) A. The communication patterns within the family may change. B. The power structure within the family may be altered. C. The roles and responsibilities assumed by various family members may be modified. 6.4) A. A decrease in the amount of time available for the couple’s activities B. Heavy financial burdens C. Fatigue 6.5) A. The diagnostic period B. The school period C. The post school period D. The period when the parents are no longer able to provide direct care and guidance for their son or daughter. 6.6) A. The mother may be unable to engage in typical feeding and caregiving activities because of the intensive medical care being provided. B. Some mothers may have difficulty bonding to children with whom they have little physical and social interaction. C. Some mothers are given little direction as to how they might become involved with their children. Without minimal involvement, some mothers become estranged from their children and find it difficult to begin the caring and bonding process. D. The expectations that others have about their children and their functions in nurturing them play a significant role in the relationship that develops. 6.7) A. Fathers are more likely in internalize their feeling than are mothers B. Fathers often respond to sons with disabilities differently from how they respond to daughters C. Fathers may resent the time their wives spend in caring for their children with disabilities 6.8) A. Siblings tend to mirror the attitudes and behaviors of their parents toward a child with disabilities
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EDSP6 - February 19, 2009 EDSP210 Chapter 6 Study Guide...

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