Надежда Федоровна Михайлова


Представлен обзор научной литературы, обобщающий информацию в трех научных областях, позволяющий расширить понимание семейной адаптации к нарушениям развития ребенка. Обсуждаются психологическая модель индивидуального стресса и копинга, научная модель управления семейным стрессом и исследования адаптации семьи к инвалидности ребенка. На примере исследований семей с глухими детьми прослеживается развитие системы представлений специалистов о взаимодействиях глухих детей и их семей, а также описываются материалы зарубежных исследований и рассматриваются перспективы научных проектов в этой области. Показано, что применение концепций семейного стресса и копинг-парадигмы в изучении адаптации семьи к инвалидности ребенка способствует выбору не только адекватных мер помощи таким семьям, но и оценке эффективности применения различных вмешательств и способов компенсации сенсорного дефекта.

Ключевые слова

семейный стресс, копинг, копинг-ресурс, глухота

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