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'Normalized' Family Resources for Families with a Developmentally Disabled Child
Mary A. Slater and Lynn Wikler
Vol. 31, No. 5 (September–October 1986), pp. 385-390
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23713976
Page Count: 6
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Families involved with the extraordinary caretaking demands of a developmentally delayed child are at risk for added stress, social isolation, and reduced feelings of autonomy. Interventions with these families must address total needs. Stress-coping theories relevant to these families are reviewed, and specific social work roles are recommended for maintaining and developing "normalized" family resources—that is, resources for helping these families to live in as normal a way as possible.
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