Trauma in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: reactions of parents and caregivers to research participation.

@article{Scotti2012TraumaIP,
  title={Trauma in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: reactions of parents and caregivers to research participation.},
  author={Joseph R Scotti and Sarah Stevens and Vanessa M Jacoby and Magdalene R Bracken and R Natasha Freed and Elizabeth C. Schmidt},
  journal={Intellectual and developmental disabilities},
  year={2012},
  volume={50 3},
  pages={199-206}
}
Generally, studies have revealed that only a minority of people are bothered by participation in research on traumatic stress. Severity of traumatic events and subsequent responses are typically unrelated to negative reactions. We included 386 family members and caregivers (respondents) of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (focus people). Focus people (ages 4-82) had a wide range of physical and intellectual disabilities, medical and behavioral problems, and exposure to… CONTINUE READING

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