СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ АСПЕКТЫ РОДИТЕЛЬСКИХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ В СЕМЬЯХ, ИМЕЮЩИХ ДЕТЕЙ РАННЕГО ВОЗРАСТА С ОГРАНИЧЕННЫМИ ВОЗМОЖНОСТЯМИ ЗДОРОВЬЯ

Translated title of the contribution: Modern aspects of parental relations in families who have children of early age with special need

Анна Николаевна Плаксина, Ольга Петровна Ковтун, Е.А. Дугина, Екатерина Александровна Гоголева, В. А. Попов, Е.Н. Шарыгина, А. А. Шамбатов

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Abstract

Complex medico - psycho - pedagogical approach to a - and rehabilitation of children with disabilities allows to increase the rehabilitation potential of the child and to improve the quality of life of the family. In order to achieve compliance and improve the quality of medical care requires the participation and positive motivation of the parents. To assess the motivation of the families were underwent questionnaire survey of 77 persons with a child in treatment at GBUZ co DKBW NPTS "Bonum", of which 42 parents of children diagnosed with cerebral palsy and 35 families of children with retinopathy of prematurity. A study of the attitude of parents to different sides of family life was carried out using a questionnaire "Measurement of the parent plants and reactions" of PARI (Parental attitude research instrument). In most of the studied families was observed adequate performance on criteria PARI, which indicates the formation of system of adaptation and socialization of children with disabilities through the work of the medical psycho -pedagogical service of the medical organization.
Translated title of the contributionModern aspects of parental relations in families who have children of early age with special need
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)16-19
Number of pages4
JournalУральский медицинский журнал
Issue number5(149)
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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