중증·중복장애자녀의 조기발견·진단에 따른 어머니의 양육경험에 대한 사례 연구
A Case Study of Maternal Foster Experience Which Belongs to the Mothers Whose Children with Severe-Multiple Disabilities
Children with severe-multiple disabilities are a term applied to physical disabilities whose IQs fall below 70 with or without language problems. The purpose of this study was to illustrate what are the mothers's problems in early identification, diagnosis, and intervention to breed the children with severe and profound disabilities. Qualitative research with interview was utilized. In this study, we had a open, honest, free conversation with the two mothers individually and deeply whose children with severe-multiple disabilities took part in the residential and itinerant education. Then we have come to the conclusion as follows by analyzing and interpreting the experience and feelings which mothers had toward they were taking care of the children with severe-multiple disabilities. The results of this study were that: (a) the mothers did not want to remind the mothers' breeding experiences and the situation of their children; (b) the mothers did not get the sufficient opportunities to approach in early identification for their children; and (c) the mothers did not satisfy the educational services for their children. Therefore this study concluded that special educators have to offer various educational services in the dimensions of rehabilitation and welfare for children with severe-multiple disabilities and their families.
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