Caring for children with learning disabilities who present problem behaviours: a maternal perspective

@article{Johnson2006CaringFC,
  title={Caring for children with learning disabilities who present problem behaviours: a maternal perspective},
  author={Robert F Johnson and M. O'Reilly and P. Vostanis},
  journal={Journal of Child Health Care},
  year={2006},
  volume={10},
  pages={188 - 198}
}
The theoretical cognitive model of stress and coping provides a structure to obtain and analyse maternal perceptions of caring for children with learning disabilities who present severe problem behaviours. The Family Fund database identified 18 families who met the sample criteria of children aged five years to 15 years with severe to moderate learning disability presenting severe problem behaviour. Physical aggression was reported to be the primary behavioural problem for 13 of the children… Expand
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