Parent-child characteristics and its correlation to parental rejection of autism spectrum disorders children

Khaula Sahida, Allenidekania

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Abstract

Objectives: This study aims to determine the correlation between parent and children characteristics with parental rejection level of children with autism spectrum disorders. Methods: Cross-sectional analytic was performed in this study. The variable was categorical and numerical. The participant of this study were sixty one parents of ASD children in South Jakarta that recruited by cluster random sampling. This study used parental acceptance-rejection questionnaire which adapted from Parent Acceptance-Rejection Questionnaire (PARQ) and modified by researcher. Results: Bivariate analysis showed that there was no significant correlation between parent gender (p=-0145; r=0,264), parent age (p=-0,104; r=0,425), parent ethnic (p=-0,123; r=0,345), parent religion (p=-0,072; r=0,345), parent occupation (p=0,138; r=0,285), parent income (p=0,010; r=0,938), amount of children (p=-0,121; r=0,353), and child gender (p=-0,088; r=0,499) with parental rejection of ASD child. In contrast, there was a significant correlation between parent education level (p=0,008; r=-0,337) and child age (p=0,020; r=- 0,296) with the levels of parental rejection. Conclusion: This result showed that it is quite important to all nurses for giving more attention to factors that may related to parental acceptance which can be affect to child care.
Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event14th International Conference on Healthcare and Life Science Research (ICHLSR) - SG, Singapore, Singapore
Duration: 1 Jan 2017 → …

Conference

Conference14th International Conference on Healthcare and Life Science Research (ICHLSR)
CountrySingapore
CitySingapore
Period1/01/17 → …

Keywords

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders, ASD, Child Care, Acceptance, Rejection, Parents

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