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6. Swedish Parents of Children with Down Syndrome : A study on the initial information and support, and the subsequent daily life
Sammanfattning : In this study 165 Swedish parents of young children with Downs’s syndrome (DS) were investigated regarding their perception of the quality of the first information and support received after the birth of the child. The parents’ opinions were compared with clinical routines at the paediatric clinics regarding these issues. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Various fears in children with cancer have previously been identified as a result of studying e.g. symptom experiences, distress and uncertainty within this population. Studies of the meaning the children give to their fear, as well as the handling of their fear seem to be sparse, however. LÄS MER
8. Nighttime sleep and daytime behavior in children : Studies based on parents' perseptions of five to eight year old children
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis is to survey sleep-wake characteristics and their associations with other factors, especially behavioural and emotional difficulties, in children. Parents' reports showed that various sleep disturbances were fairly common phenomena among 5-6-year-olds. LÄS MER
9. På tal om dyslexi : En studie av hur barn, föräldrar och lärare berättar om och ger betydelse åt diagnoser som dyslexi och specifika läs- och skrivsvårigheter
Sammanfattning : The main purpose of this study is to understand how children diagnosed as dyslectics use and ascribe meaning to the diagnosis given to them. The theoretical starting point is social constructionism, implying that dyslexia is a word that signifies a phenomenon, in this case children's problem with reading and writing, which in turn is mediated through a cultural, social and historical context. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The aim of this dissertation is to increase the understanding of how parents of children with severe and multiple disabilities and complex communication needs view their children’s communication and their communication aids. The participating children differ in age, in their developmental and communicative levels as well as in their socio-cultural backgrounds, but have in common that they all are using one or more modes of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), involving no, low or high technology. LÄS MER