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1

Reactions to having a child or sibling with ID depend on: (5 - CFSEA)

Coping Mechanisms
Family Stability
Severity of Disability
Etiology & Age of Onset
**Awareness & access to resources**

2

Neely-Marchenko suggest that there is a variation in reactions across...

Culture, ethnic & racial groups

3

Commonly observed reactions? (5 - WARDG)

Withdrawal
Acceptance
Rejection
Denial
Guilt

4

Why does research typically focus on negative consequences?

Doesn't support inevitable sequential grief process

5

T/F Positive responses are frequent & consistent across family types

TRUE

6

T/F Divorce rates are higher when a child has ID

FALSE - consistent c population

7

Change happens in 2 phases.

Initial disequilibrium & reorganization
New, superior way of acting substituted

8

For many people, having a child with ID is...

Transformative

9

In addressing communication needs of parents, we need to provide (2)

Accurate, understandable information
Opportunity to ask questions & have answers

10

To help parents cope we need to meet the following 4 Needs of parents
CN HUM

Communication Needs
Need for understanding about cause
Need to maintain family functioning
Need for hope & promising future

11

This was originally provided as crisis intervention & means to avoid out of home placement

Respite

12

Respite is now more commonly viewed as a means of...

Social Support

13

Who is most likely to use respite services?

Severe disabilities & behaviour concerns

14

While persons with severe disability and behaviour concerns are the most likely to request respite they are also...

The most difficult to obtain

15

Reported are high levels of parental/sibling ______ associated with Respite use.

Stress!

16

Reasons people don't use respite (5) CARPA

Availability
Awareness
Perceived Need
Reluctance to leave child with others
Concerns about quality of supports

17

Siblings, from a traditional perspective, often feel: (FEARG)

Fear
Embarassment
Anger/Resentment
Guilt

18

T/F Siblings do not differ greatly in terms of +/- affect or conflict.

TRUE

19

Siblings are oft socialized to assume a...

Caregiving role

20

T/F Sibling contact over the lifespan in low.

FALSE - typically high

21

Positive outcomes of having a child with ID?

-Source of happiness & .ove
-Contributor to family strength
-Contributor to growth & development
-Opportunity to become better person
-Increased patience & compassion

22

Parental reactions from text..an adjustment sequence of sorts

Shock/disbelief
Denial
Projection of blame
Fear
Guilt
Mourning/grief
Withdrawal
Rejection
Acceptance