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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Parenting stress among parents of visually impaired children and speech and hearing impaired children

Author(s):
Pinki Rani, Dr. CK Singh and Rajpal
Abstract:
Parenting stress can be defined as excess anxiety and tension specifically related to the role of a parent and to parent-child interactions. The present study will be conducted in Haryana state. Two districts will be selected from Haryana state i.e. Hisar and Sirsa. The location was selected purposively due to availability of sample. 200 parents (mothers and father) were selected randomly from both the location for the sample. Parenting Stress Index-short form (PSI-SF) developed by Abidin in 1995 was used to assess the parenting stress among parents. Result revealed that that highly significant difference was observed between parents of visually impaired children and speech and hearing impaired children on the aspect of parenting stress. The mean score showed that parents of visually impaired children have higher level of parenting stress than parents of speech and hearing impaired children.
Pages: 1476-1478  |  248 Views  117 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Pinki Rani, Dr. CK Singh and Rajpal. Parenting stress among parents of visually impaired children and speech and hearing impaired children. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 1476-1478.

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