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Rosalyn Benjamin Darling,Milton Seligman
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The Guilford Press; Second edition (January 10, 1997)
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of coverage during the childhood period. A second limitation of this book makes it a. poor choice for the reader who wants to delve into. any one speciļ¬c disability.

It retains the family-systems focus that is. central to understanding and working with families. who have children with disabilities. of coverage during the childhood period.

In Chapter 3, they address issues re- spects. It retains the family-systems focus that is lated not only to different ethnic, racial, and reli- central to understanding and working with families gious groups but to families of diverse composition, who have children with disabilities. The authors are such as single parents, stepparents, and gay and les- to be commended for their recognition of the com- bian parents.

The volume examines how child, family, ecological, and sociocultural variables intertwine to shape the ways families respond to disability, and how professionals can promote coping, adaptation, and empowerment. Download (pdf, . 1 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

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Milton Seligman, PhD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology in Education at the University of Pittsburgh. His chief academic interest is in the area of childhood disability and the family

Milton Seligman, PhD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology in Education at the University of Pittsburgh. His chief academic interest is in the area of childhood disability and the family. Other areas of instruction and scholarship include individual and group psychotherapy and clinical supervision. Rosalyn Benjamin Darling, PhD, is Professor Emerita of Sociology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Milton Seligman and Rosalyn Benjamin Darling. This popular clinical reference and text provides a multisystems perspective on childhood disability and its effects on family life

Milton Seligman and Rosalyn Benjamin Darling. This popular clinical reference and text provides a multisystems perspective on childhood disability and its effects on family life. The volume examines how child, family, ecological, and sociocultural variables intertwine to shape the ways families respond to disability, and how professionals can promote coping, adaptation, and empowerment.

Ordinary Families, Special Children : A Systems Approach to Childhood Disability. by Milton Seligman and Rosalyn Benjamin Darling. This comprehensive and clinically useful resource provides a multisystems perspective on childhood disability and its effects on family life.

This comprehensive and clinically useful resource provides a multisystems perspective on childhood disability and its effects on family life. The volume examines the many variables that shape the ways families respond to childhood disability and the extent to which they can overcome the physical, cultural, and social barriers to a satisfactory lifestyle. Integrating theory and research with evocative first-hand accounts from parents, siblings, and grandparents, the authors demonstrate how to apply a social and family systems-based approach to assessment and intervention with diverse families.