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Parent Advocacy in the Face of Adversity
This article describes the experiences of 43 families of children With autism in the People's Republic of China. Qualitative analysis of intervieWs and questionnaires revealed three main themesExpand
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The Importance of Parent‐to‐Parent Support among Families of Children with Autism in the People’s Republic of China
This article reports the experiences of families of children with autism in the People’s Republic of China. The caregivers of 43 children with autism attending one of two short‐term (3‐month)Expand
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Effective Teacher Training at the Autism Institute in the People's Republic of China
This article presents research that was conducted at the Autism Institute, an organization serving children with autism and their families in the People's Republic of China. The article examines andExpand
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The Beginnings of Inclusion in the People's Republic of China
Education for children with disabilities in the People's Republic of China has experienced significant growth and reform since 1978, the beginning of the period of Reform and Opening (gaige kaifang).Expand
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Employment Experiences, Perspectives, and Wishes of Mothers of Children with Autism in the People’s Republic of China
Background  The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences with and meaning of employment in the lives of mothers of children with autism in China. Materials and Methods  ThisExpand
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Bamboo shoots after the rain: Development and challenges of autism intervention in China
  • H. McCabe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Autism : the international journal of research…
  • 1 September 2013
The purpose of this study was to gain an in-depth understanding of autism intervention in China, including history, progress, and current challenges. This qualitative research study includedExpand
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From Mother to Disability Professional: Role Change, Resilience, and Rewards
This qualitative research study examined professional mothers' views about their employment in the. field of early intervention, their roles with other families, and the place such employment has inExpand
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Disability and family in the People's Republic of China: Implementation, benefits, and comparison of two mutual support groups
Abstract Background The authors and 2 Chinese parents established 2 support groups in China. One group was for parents of children with autism, and the other was for young adults with either mentalExpand
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Two decades of serving children with autism in the People’s Republic of China: achievements and challenges of a state‐run mental health center
This article presents the results of research conducted at the first place where autism was diagnosed in China, the Nanjing Child Mental Health Research Center. The purpose was to examine theExpand
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