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Sibling Rivalry

Two Sides of Growing Up with a Disabled Sibling Children who grow up with a disabled sibling have both negative and positive consequences, according to the University of Michigan Health System. While the stress of a disabled sibling may cause a child to act out, the advantages help shape a…

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Two Studies Side by Side Prove

Two Studies Side by Side Prove that Different Disabilities Cause Different Stress Two separate studies, one published in the Journals of Gerontology, and another published in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, both stated that the stress of mothers of disabled children affects different body systems. The Gerontology article found…

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Study Proves Mothers of Children with Disabilities Age Faster Cognitively

Study Proves Mothers of Children with Disabilities Age Faster Cognitively The minds of mothers who have special needs children have higher memory declines than their peers, according to a new study published in The Journals of Gerontology.  However, fathers did not see the same impact. Jieun Song, the associate researcher…

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Study Proves Mothers of Children with Intellectual

Study Proves Mothers of Children with Intellectual Disabilities Require More Moral Support A study published in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research in 2005 determined to discover how mothers cope with children who have intellectual disabilities. While the study is dated, its results stand the test of time. The study…

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