Family burden related to clinical and functional variables of people with intellectual disability with and without a mental disorder.

@article{Irazbal2012FamilyBR,
  title={Family burden related to clinical and functional variables of people with intellectual disability with and without a mental disorder.},
  author={Marcia Iraz{\'a}bal and Ferr{\'a}n Mars{\`a} and Mercedes S{\'a}enz de Santa Mar{\'i}a Garc{\'i}a and Pedro Guti{\'e}rrez-Recacha and Almudena Martorell and Luis Salvador-Carulla and Susana Ochoa},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={796-803}
}
Few studies have been found that to assess the factors that explain higher levels of family burden in adults with intellectual disability (ID) and intellectual disability and mental disorders (ID-MD). The aims of this study were to assess family burden in people with ID and ID-MD and to determine which sociodemographic, clinical and functional disability variables account for family burden. The sample is composed of pairs of 203 participants with disability and their caregivers, of which 33.5… CONTINUE READING

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Stepwise multiple regression showed that behavioral problems , affective and psychotic disorder , disability in participation in society , disability in personal care and presence of ID - MD explained more than 61% of the variance in family burden .
Stepwise multiple regression showed that behavioral problems , affective and psychotic disorder , disability in participation in society , disability in personal care and presence of ID - MD explained more than 61% of the variance in family burden .
Stepwise multiple regression showed that behavioral problems , affective and psychotic disorder , disability in participation in society , disability in personal care and presence of ID - MD explained more than 61% of the variance in family burden .
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