Stress and Coping in Families with Deaf Children

Stress and Coping in Families with Deaf Children

More than 90% of deaf children are born to hearing parents who experience stress, not only in response to the initial diag- nosis, but also in adapting to the unique needs of their deaf child. This post is a selective literature review summarizing information from three fields in order to broaden our under- standing of family adaptation to deafness.

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