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Ordinary families, special children : a systems approach to childhood disability / Milton Seligman, Rosalyn Benjamin Darling.

By: Seligman, Milton,, 1937-
Contributor(s): Darling, Rosalyn Benjamin.
Call number: HV888.5 S45 2007 Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Guilford Press, c2007Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xiv, 434 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781606233177Subject(s): Children with disabilities -- Family relationships -- United States | Parents of children with disabilities -- United States | Family social work -- United States | Child, Exceptional | Disabled Persons | Family | Adaptation, Psychological | Systems Theory
Contents:
Introduction and conceptual framework I : social and cultural systems -- Conceptual framework II : family systems theory and childhood disability -- All families are not alike : social and cultural diversity in reaction to childhood disability -- Becoming the parent of a child with a disability : reactions to first information -- Childhood : continuing adaptation -- Looking to the future : adolescence and adulthood -- Effects on the family as a system -- Effects on fathers -- Effects on siblings -- Effects on grandparents -- Professional-family interaction : working toward partnership -- Perspectives and approaches for working with families -- Applying a partnership approach to addressing family resources, concerns, and priorities : developing family service plans.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-419) and index.

Introduction and conceptual framework I : social and cultural systems -- Conceptual framework II : family systems theory and childhood disability -- All families are not alike : social and cultural diversity in reaction to childhood disability -- Becoming the parent of a child with a disability : reactions to first information -- Childhood : continuing adaptation -- Looking to the future : adolescence and adulthood -- Effects on the family as a system -- Effects on fathers -- Effects on siblings -- Effects on grandparents -- Professional-family interaction : working toward partnership -- Perspectives and approaches for working with families -- Applying a partnership approach to addressing family resources, concerns, and priorities : developing family service plans.

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