An investigation into the parental stress levels of families who have children with severe developmental disabilities using residential short breaks: a contributing factor of its stress reduction impact

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Chapman, M.;
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This study represents a unique collaboration between the National Health Service and the London Borough of Sutton’s social services. The focus and direction of this study was to examine and explore parental stress levels from a quantitative and qualitative perspective f... View more
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    4.1 Introduction 4.2 Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods 4.2.1 Summary 4.3 Research Design 4.4 Paradigms of Qualitative Research 4.5 Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis 4.6 Semi Structured Interviews 4.7 Parenting Stress Index 4.7.1 Summary 4.8 Selection Criteria 4.9 Participants 4.9.1 Procedure 4.9.2 Scoring of Parenting Stress Index 4.9.3 Data Analysis 4.9.4 Emergent Themes 4.9.5 Analysis 4.9.4 Emergent Themes 4.9.5 Analysis 4.9.6 Quantitative Analysis Johnston, C., Hessel, D., Blasey, C., Eliez, S., Erba, H., Dyer-Friedman, J., et al. (2003).

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