Resultados: 5

Informational support for families of children with autism spectrum disorder

Rev. gaúch. enferm; 42 (), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the sources of informational support used by families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Method: Qualitative and descriptive research carried out in three health institutions and three teaching institutions in Paraná, Ceará and Amapá. 55 family members partici...

Informational support for families of children with autism spectrum disorder

Rev. gaúch. enferm; 42 (), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the sources of informational support used by families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Method: Qualitative and descriptive research carried out in three health institutions and three teaching institutions in Paraná, Ceará and Amapá. 55 family members partici...

Necessary Information for the Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Integrative Review

Aquichan; 20 (2), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the available evidence on the necessary information for the families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Method: An integrative literature review carried out in six databases with specific descriptors for each one. Studies published on the theme between Ja...

Family Management and socioeconomic situation of children and adolescents with neurological disorders

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (4), 2020
ABSTRACT Objectives: to identify the relation between family management and socioeconomic situation of children and adolescents with neurological disorders. Methods: a descriptive and correlational study with 141 family members who answered a questionnaire on socioeconomic and family management informa...

Relationship of family management with sociodemographic aspects and children's physical dependence in neurological disorders

ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate the relationship of family management with sociodemographic and physical dependence aspects of children and adolescents with neurological impairment. Method: Descriptive, cross-sectional study conducted at a child neurology center. A non-probabilistic sample was obtai...