Siblings Coping With Autism

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    Note: SFTAH transferred this from old data base when site was updated, thus date and name lost, all dates 2006 & 2007 changed during changeover to odd dates.Hello all, My name is Charlotte, and i am a final year paychology student at Coventry university. For my independent research project, i have decided to look at the coping strategies used by siblings of children with autism. I am also looking at siblings of children with Downs, to see if the coping strategies used differ between disorders. I will also have a control sample of siblings of normally developing children, as this will allow me to see whether siblings of children with dosorders do infact use different strategies. I decided to do this as it is a very understudied area, and after having contact with a number of siblings of children with disorders, i came to realise that the support service for siblings is very limited in many areas. By doing this reasarch, and therefore understanding more about their coping startegies, hopefully a wider, more accessible, and more effective support service will be available for them. For this, i am asking siblings to complete a short and simple questionnaire. This questionnaire is called Kidcope, and can be found by searching on google if you would like further infomration on it. If you would like to help me, then please contact me on snowdonc@coventry.ac.uk. I will be happy to post out a research pack to you, including a pre-paid envelope to send it back to me. If you have any furhter questions then please do get in touch, and i look forward to hearing from you. Best wishes, Charlotte

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    Note: SFTAH transferred this from old data base when site was updated, thus date and name lost, all dates 2006 & 2007 changed during changeover to odd dates.Hello All ... I want to thank all of you who have got in touch and helped me out with my research. [:)] It is very much appreciated. I am still conducting my research, so please continue to show your interest and support. Thank you. [:D]

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