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Develop and validate a special resuscitation training program for mothers with children with cerebral palsy. J Except Educ. 2022; 1 (167) :95-95
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Abstract
Background and Aim: The aim of this study was to compilation and validation of educational program for
mothers with children with cerebral palsy disorder.
Method: The research method was qualitative textual analysis. The research population consisted of three
sections: Persian and English specialized books and articles (recent 20 years) in the field of resilience
education, resilience models and models, resilience specialists and mothers with cerebral palsy children.
Selection from library resources included all resources related to resilience training to specific groups, and
selection from specialists was done by snowball method and selection from mothers was done by available
method. Finally, 12 specialists and 8 mothers participated in a semi-structured interview. In order to analyze
the data, the content analysis method of the theme network was used.
Results: Data analysis showed that mothers' educational needs are formatted in six axes. These six axes
include: 1. The need for mothers to be familiar with the concept of resilience, the factors affecting it and the
characteristics of resilient people, 2. Familiarity with internal and external supportive factors in promoting
resilience, 3. The role of negative thoughts and cognitive distortions and Strategies to deal with them in
resilience, 4. The need to use effective emotion regulation strategies in the face of problems, 5. The role of
spirituality in resilience and meaning in suffering, and 6. Familiarity of mothers with the goal setting process
and its role in resilience. For these six axes, 12 training sessions are defined.
 
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Physical Disabilities
Received: 2022/Jul/Sat | Revised: 2022/Jul/Sat | Accepted: 2022/Apr/Sat | Published: 2022/Apr/Sat | ePublished: 2022/Apr/Sat

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