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Babycare Assistive Technology for Parents with Physical Disabilities: Relational, Systems & Cultural Perspectives
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Final Report: Challenges and Strategies of Disabled Parents: Findings from a National Survey of Parents with Disabilities
[09]
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Linda Toms Barker and Vida Maralani
(Through the Looking Glass, 1997) [246 pages]

This milestone TLG-directed report presents findings from the first national survey of parents with disabilities. The report includes a description of parents with disabilities, barriers to parenting among adults with disabilities, transportation issues, personal assistance, adaptive parenting equipment, housing, as well as recommendations for legal and service system changes. 79% of parents with disabilities reported transportation as a problem which interfered with or prevented routine parent-child activities; 42% of parents with disabilities reported facing attitudinal barriers including discrimination (32%), pressure to have a tubal ligation (14%), and pressure to have an abortion (13%); 36% of parents with disabilities reported providers' lack of disability expertise caused problems during prenatal and birthing services; 15% of parents with disabilities reported attempts to have their children taken away from them; 8% of parents with disabilities experienced attitudinal barriers which interfered with or prevented them from adopting a child.

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 22 November, 2004.
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