Parents having Intellectually Disabled Children: A Systematic review of Quality of Life and Mental wellbeing
Abdul Hameed P.V.
Intellectual disability ,Mental well being, parents, quality of life.
A parent of children with intellectual disability continues to suffer societal sensibilities. On the one hand, parents with intellectual disability engage within the valued social role of raising children; on the opposite hand attention supported an expectation of their limited capacities to parent. Parents of children with intellectual disability also losing family relationships. The main aim was to identify and intervene in the quality of life of parents, the interventions offered to parents as primary caregivers of children with intellectual disability. To explore parents' perspectives on beneficent for children with intellectual disability in connection with formative years, resources, and to confront the consequences of upraising a child with intellectual disability. The literature primarily addresses the question of whether or not parents with intellectual disability may be adequate parents or reports on methods for improving their parenting styles, this angle focuses on their parenting situation compared thereto of other parents more generally.
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Unique Paper ID: 152230

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 713 - 718
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