The Social Portrait of Families Upbringing Children with Cerebral Palsy
M. Abdikadir, M.K. Kulzhanov, A.A. Aitmanbetova, A.N. Nurbakyt, Z.Padaiga
Our study on the social and psychological portrait of a family raising children with cerebral palsy describes factors affecting the livelihoods of the family, participation of parents, other family members and society as a whole. The parents reflect to the socialization difficulties of their children in the form of excessive / insufficient parental care. Different family types and relationships as well as some aspects of the education of the disabled children are also analyzed. The role of the father is highlighted in the upbringing and education of children with cerebral palsy in the family.