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grandparents are _____ by our prosperity- ____ family dwelling

isolated; single

2

grandparents are longer in ____ than parents

denial (wear rose coloured glasses)

3

adult parents want to bring their parents ___, this may be gone if ch has special needs

joy

4

term for: everyone acts like everything is ok

isolation

5

many grandparents are what?

primary caretakers

6

what is a major issue?

poverty

7

when CH born with a disability, what sibling is most affected?

oldest daughter

8

siblings who are caretakers have more _____, few ______

responsibility; social activities

9

siblings can be very helpful during what 2 things?

assessment and treatment

10

re: influence of poverty, one issue is that parents need as much ____ as their CH do

support

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re: influence of poverty, parents are barely surviving: _____ issues are often very low priority

speech and language

12

re: influence of poverty, there can be ____ conflicts

value

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re: influence of poverty, middle SES clinicians want to be ____, make ____ now, plan ____

proactive; good choices; ahead

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re: influence of poverty, low SES families want to _____ in present as ____ is not a priority

survive; future

15

re: CH of adults with disabilities, in most countries, _____ begin working right away to support families

adolescents

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re: CH of adults with disabilities, adolescent CH usually either do what 2 things?

become really responsible or get into trouble

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re: CH of adults with disabilities, it is very hard for adult CH to do what to their parents? why?

institutionalize them bc it's very expensive

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re: CH of adults with disabilities, CH try to care for aging parents ___ themselves, or institutionalize parents and give up own home to pay ___

at home; bills

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some ways to build positive relationships with parents

focus on CH's strengths and weaknesses
put self in parents' shoes
show interest in parents as people
use "foot in door" technique by getting parents to say "yes" at beginning
watch where you sit- across: authoritative; next to: camaraderie
maintain good eye contact
during meetings, write things on white board- use their exact words