A Case Study on the Generation of Family Resilience in Preschool Children with Disabilities
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Boqiong Tian, Qian He, Yuchi Chen, Ying Li, Shan Pang
Family resilience can help families in difficulty or risky situations realize their potential and support the active growth of family members. The study takes the family with a 6-year-old child with cerebral palsy as the research object, and based on Walsh’s “Model of Family Resilience” theory, interprets the generation process of resilience in the family from three aspects: belief systems, organizational processes, and communication and problem-solving. It can provide experience for families with Preschool children with disabilities to explore advantageous resources on the basis of their existing conditions, and promote the healthy growth of such families.
Preschool Children with Disabilities, Children with Cerebral Palsy, Family Resilience, Generation Process