Problemy rodzin dzieci z mózgowym porażeniem dziecięcym
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- Problems of families with children suffering from cerebral palsy
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
W: Rodzina w zdrowiu i w chorobie: uwarunkowania środowiskowe zdrowia. (red.) Grażyna Dębska, Anna Goździalska, Jerzy Jaśkiewicz. Kraków: Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2012, s. 17-25.
Cerebral palsy is a syndrome of many symptoms resulting from damage to the central nervous system. In children with this disorder occurs in addition to movement disorders such as mental retardation also other problems. The primary goal of treatment of children with cerebral palsy is to alleviate the symptoms, taking into account the damage to the brain and the individual child’s potential. Parents behave differently with respect to their disabled child. You can extract the different stages of parenting: shock, emotional crisis, virtual and constructive adaptation to the situation. Parents can show negative or positive attitudes towards their disabled children. A positive attitude is the meaning of the child’s needs, acceptance of his physical and mental capabilities. However, a negative attitude is characterized by avoidance or rejection of the child, which is most common in families pathological or disturbed in families with emotional ties. The family as a basic unit of society, is of great importance in the process of raising a child, which may affect the subsequent relationship with the environment and the possibility of a child with disabilities to overcome their weaknesses, and thus success in improving. Understanding the nature of parental attitudes towards the disabled child is, therefore, particularly important for the development of the child being with cerebral palsy.
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