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  • 1.   The impact on mothers of bringing up a child with intellectual disabilities: A cross-cultural study

    The aim of this study was to describe across three different cultures - Irish,Taiwanese and Jordanian -the inter-relationships among three indicators of maternal well-being.

    International Journal of Nursing Studies, Vol: 45 Page: 65-74 2008
    Roy McConkey; Maria Truesdale-Kennedy; Mei-Ying Chang; Samiha Jarrah; Raghda Shukri

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  • 2.   Use of respite care and coping strategies among Irish families of children with intellectual disabilities

    The aim of this study was to examine respite care and coping strategies among Irish families of children with intellectual disabilities

    British Journal of Learning Disabilities, Vol: 35 Page: 62-68 2007
    Elaine Mac Donald; Elaine Fitzsimons; Patricia Noonan Walsh

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