Family Quality of Life. What We Have Learned Five Years Into a New Field of Study Presented at IASSID-Europe Maastricht, The Netherlands August, 2006 Denise Poston and Ann Turnbull with the contributions of many others University of Kansas -- Beach Center on Disability
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“Family members articulated that their FQOL is adversely affected in the areas of parenting, family interaction,
and meeting its daily functions and goals as a result of dealing with stressors of autism”.
Mojdeh Bayat, DePaul University
“It’s imperative to do a FQOL measure with families when implementing a home-based PBS intervention.”
Joe Lucyshyn, University of British Columbia, Canada
“The information gathered gave me insights to this family that I have never known before, even after four years of working together”.
Student in on-line family course