Megan Kirshbaum, PhD & Rhoda Olkin, PhD
(Through the Looking Glass, 2002) [23 pages]
There are over ten million families with children living in the home in which a parent has a disability. When discussing a group as large and heterogeneous as parents with disabilities it is important to keep in mind the diversity of this population. This article covers three areas, including (a) the main problems in previous research on parents with disabilities, (b) research in a new key, i.e., from a disability culture and community perspective, and (c) an overview of the clinical and research work at Through the Looking Glass. Original manuscript was published in: Sexuality and Disability, Vol. 20, No. 1, Spring 2002, (pp. 65-80 in the original). The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com
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