An enduring issue in the study of mental health is identifying developmental processes that explain how childhood characteristics progress to maladaptive forms.
Leann Smith DaWalt, PhD – Slide of the Week
Title: Probability of Retention between MIDUS 2 (2004-2006) and MIDUS 3 (2013-2014) by Developmental Disabilities Parenting Status and Race/Ethnicity Citation: Song, J., Dembo, R. S., DaWalt, L. E., Ryff, C. D., & Mailick, M. R. …
Sigan Hartley, PhD – Slide of the Week
Family research in the field of ASD has focused on describing the impact of child challenges on parents, usually mothers, and given little attention to the ways in which mothers and fathers reciprocally influence the development of the child with ASD.
What to Do While You’re Waiting for Intensive Services
Parenting Your Child with Autism Series Presents: Title: What to Do While You’re Waiting for Intensive Services About the Talk: Getting a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder is only the first step to getting the …
Memory may suffer in mothers caring for children with disabilities
Mothers of kids with disabilities might be more forgetful as they age than other mothers, according to a new study that suggests the stresses of parenting a disabled child wear on mothers’ minds over time.