Finally, to measure service use, the mothers indicated which of 20 services their child was receiving, such as occupational, speech, and physical therapies as well as specialized autism-related services. The researchers found that the mothers in the PTA group reported an increase in their confidence and empowerment over the course of the study, but there were no changes for the mothers in the control group.
In particular, the mothers in the PTA group reported improved knowledge of their rights and having more access to their communities at the end of the program than at the beginning of the program. Finally, both groups reported an increase in the number of services their children received, but the mothers in the PTA group reported receiving more services on average than the mothers in the control group.
The mothers in the PTA group reported an increase of about 3 more services, while the mothers in the control group reported an increase of about 1 more service. The authors noted that the PTA program may have helped the families in this study overcome many common challenges facing Latinx families of children with ASD. These leaders may have served as role models for the mothers who received the program, offering peer support and creating lasting connections to the larger communities in which the families lived. Finally, the program reflected Latinx cultural values such as personalismo relationship building and familismo importance of the family over the individual.
Thus, the PTA program may have helped Latinx mothers to feel accepted, supported, and empowered when securing services for their children and working with them at home to support their development.
Future research may be useful to develop and test similar programs for other ethnic groups, or with families of children with other disabilities besides ASD. Lopez, K. Pasar al contenido principal Skip to search. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business.
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