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1

family systems theory: families are _______

interdependent

2

Owens, Marinella, & Metz 2015: a patient might spend __ hours a week with an SLP and __ awake hours with family

2; 110

3

May 2013 dept. of labor: people __ years and older without disabilities= __% unemployment rate

16; 6.9

4

May 2013 dept. of labor: people __ years and older with disabilities= __% unemployment rate

16; 13

5

what kinds of contracts do marriages have?

verbal and nonverbal

6

what is dream when you get married?

live happily ever after
successful family
nice balance: personal life/career
nice home
be together forever
plenty of $$
good retirement

7

factors in preserving marriage: when ____ is mild; tolerable substitutions made for lost activities; if well spouse is prone to nurturance, he/she ____

disability; easily slips into caregiver role

8

working with spouses: pay lots of attention to who?

well spouse- educate and support him/her

9

working with spouses: include spouse in what 2 areas?

assessment and treatment

10

working with spouses: let spouse ___; provide _____

vent; a support group

11

Cabon & Cohn 2012: if one spouse has a degenerative disease, the well spouse has to simultaneously do what 2 things?

take on extra burdens
promote sick spouse's independence as much as possible

12

working with parents: 2 most important variables in CH's improvement are parents' ____ and _____

personal qualities; strength of their marital relationship

13

working with parents: list some parents' personal qualities (7: a-t)

adaptability
communication
humility
patience
proactive
resilient
teamwork

14

when a CH is born with a disability, ____ is most destructive to a marriage

anger

15

term for: when parents fight over little, unrelated things

displacement

16

with guilt comes the _____

supereducated parent

17

when a CH born with a disability, men are seen as the what?

family protector
(feel helpless and deny reality; may turn to affairs/work extra hours)

18

when a CH born with a disability, many women do what?

postpone/lose careers

19

give parents permission to _____

take care of themselves

20

if parents are happy as ___ and ____, CH will be better off

individuals; couples

21

research has found: families with higher ___ have more choices for coping/more varied support

SES

22

research has found: greater stress: parents who felt that their caretaking responsibilities for disabled children took time away from ____

their spouse, other children, self

23

research: caring for a chronically sick/disabled child accelerated ____ in mothers

aging

24

research: CH's ____ problems causes parents far more stress than child’s ____

behavior; cognitive delays

25

research: what is helpful in decreasing stress?

respite care

26

research: parents of disabled ____ experience more stress than parents of disabled ____

boys; girls

27

Naseef, NA, 2001 wrote a book about being father of severely autistic boy. he interviewed couples who had a disabled CH and found that men wanted women to understand they were _____ and ___ when they couldn't make things better

doing their best; frustrated

28

men wanted ____ with their wives as couples

more time alone

29

men wanted women to be more ____ and ____

rational, less emotional

30

men wanted ____ responsibility for special needs CH; women need to ____ and let men help

more; get out of the way