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PSY G46 B39 1994 (COL)
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General response of parents toward their autistic children in Cupertino Center for Special Children and Eucharistiana Learning Center
by Bayaua, Brenda Diego
42 p. ; 28 cm.

©1994 Published by The Authors
Added Authors:  Celestino, Cynthia Laroco; Sarajan, Blenda Lirio; Velasquez, Daisy Bugarin
Thesis:  (Behavioral Science) -- Miriam College, 1994.
ABSTRACT:  The purpose of this paper was to survey the responses of parents toward the condition of their autistic child. To answer this purpose, a survey questionnaire was first developed and was conducted to a randomly selected sample of 40 parents having autistic children. Forty-seven percent of the subjects (about 21 parents) returned the questionnaire. Of the respondents, 25% were fathers and 80% were mothers. Parents were traced through the children who were picked randomly from institutions, particularly Cupertino Center for Special Children and Eucharistiana Learning Center. The 21 parent participants were pre-tested with the permission of the said institutions. The survey questionnaires were picked up and evaluated after a week so that the head of the institution should have enough time to distribute the questionnaires and for the parents to have ample time to answer. The findings of the study about the general response of parents toward their autistic children was acceptance. With regard to the difference between the response of mothers and fathers, this paper proved that mothers have fully accepted the condition of their special child, hence, they were able to cope with their child, compared with the fathers. Regarding the stages of the parents, they perceive that they have fully accepted the condition of their child. Although a few still appear to be in the denial stage, they believe that they have accepted their child.
Book ID 1000032351
Autistic children
PARENTS -- ATTITUDES
 
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