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Children with Disabilities. A Longitudinal Study of Child Development and Parent Well-being, Volume 66, Number 3. Edition No. 1. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development

  • ID: 2248079
  • Book
  • December 2001
  • 300 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This Monograph presents a longitudinal investigation of child development and family well-being during the first decade of life for children with Down syndrome, motor impairment, or developmental delay of uncertain etiology. The findings suggest that changes in selected policies and practices can improve outcomes for children with disabilities and their parents
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Abstract.

Part I: Introduction.

Part II: The Development of Children with Disabilities and the Adaptation of their Parents: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Evidence.

Part III: The Early Intervention Collaborative Study: Study Design and Methodology.

Part IV: Results: Predictors of Functioning and Change in Children's Development and Parent Well-being.

Part V: Discussion.

Part VI: Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice References.

Acknowledgments.

Commentary.

Authors and Contributors.

Statement of Editorial Policy

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Penny Hauser-Cram Boston College.

Marji Warfield University of Massachusetts.

Jack P. Shonkoff Brandeis University.

Marty Wyngaarden Krauss Brandeis University.
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