Hardiness in Families with and without a Child with down Syndrome

@inproceedings{Bower2000HardinessIF,
  title={Hardiness in Families with and without a Child with down Syndrome},
  author={Anna Bower and Sara Chatwin},
  year={2000}
}
It has generally been acknowledged that the presence of a child with disability influences and alters the dynamics of family life (Fewell, 1986; Fisman & Wolf, 1991; Hayes, 1998) to the extent that researchers have identified a range of differences in family functioning for those families who have a child with disability (e.g. Crnic, Friedrich & Greenberg, 1983), and many of these studies on intra-familial interaction and relationships have suggested negative or pathological responses by… CONTINUE READING
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