'The overall quality of my life as a sibling is all right, but of course, it could always be better'. Quality of life of siblings of children with intellectual disability: the siblings' perspectives.

@article{Moyson2012TheOQ,
  title={'The overall quality of my life as a sibling is all right, but of course, it could always be better'. Quality of life of siblings of children with intellectual disability: the siblings' perspectives.},
  author={Tinneke Moyson and Herbert Roeyers},
  journal={Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR},
  year={2012},
  volume={56 1},
  pages={87-101}
}
BACKGROUND The concept of family quality of life is becoming increasingly important in family support programmes. This concept describes the quality of life of all family members and the family system as a whole, but only the opinion of the parents has been included. The opinion of the siblings has been incorporated in the opinions of the parents, although research has shown that there is discordance between parents' and siblings' reports. The principal goal of this study is to investigate how… CONTINUE READING

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