Mother And Father’s Behavioral Practices Towards Children With And Without Intellectual Disability Disorder (IDD)
Keywords:Intellectual Disability Disorder (IDD), Behavioral Practices, Parents, Parental Rejection, Modifying Attitude
The study has been emphasized that adequate behavioral parents made by parents with children with intellectual disability disorder (IDD) is essential for healthy development of these children. The parental behavioral practices of the 150 families of normal children have been used as comparison with the 150 families having a child with IDD. Participants of the study have been selected from three special schools of Karachi. The structured interview procedure was adopted and at the end of printed schedule a blank page was left to write down about any information which was not covered in the questionnaire. The findings demonstrated that there are differences between fathers and mothers in their behavioral practices towards children with IDD. It seems that future research in Pakistan must be directed toward a better understanding of the differential behavioral practices demonstrated by both mother and father.
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