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ArtikelParents' experiences of introducing everyday object use to their children with autism  
Oleh: Williams, Emma ; Kendell-Scott, Linda
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Autism vol. 09 no. 05 (Dec. 2005), page 495–514.
Topik: autism; everyday object use; parent interviews; qualitative analysis; social influence
Fulltext: 495.pdf (154.86KB)
Isi artikelA semi-structured interview study, investigating the acquisition of everyday object use in children with autism and developmentally matched controls, is presented. Parents were asked to describe how their child currently used various everyday objects during mealtime and washing routines, the process by which this came about, and any problems encountered in attempting to introduce appropriate object use. Following transcription, the interviews were treated using a method combining phenomenological and content analysis. The statements generated were condensed, using progressive categorization, into three tables of summary statements. These represented the different sources of influence on the children’s object use and the problems parents experienced in attempting to guide their child’s actions. Relative to comparison groups, parents of children with autism reported that they experienced more problems and used more intensive teaching methods, and that their children were less actively involved. The findings are discussed in relation to the influence of other people in shaping object use and implications for intervention programmes.
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