Rhoda Olkin, PhD
(2000) [3 pages]
The term parentification has been used to describe an unhealthy process whereby children, in the absence of functioning parental and adult figures, take on psychoemotional or caregiving tasks at inappropriately young ages. This article examines a pervasive assumption that children of parents with disabilities are at risk for parentification. (Originally published in Parenting with a Disability, Vol, 8, Issue 2, Fall 2000.)
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