For parents, having a disabled child may increase stress, take a toll on mental and physical health, make it difficult to find appropriate and affordable child care, and affect decisions about work, education/training, having additional children, and relying on public support.
Ask parents how much and what type of communication they find helpful and build rapport with honesty and caring. Encourage parents to ask questions and express their emotions. Know the resources available to assist the child and parents. Impart orientation and counseling to the parents having children with disabilities. Parents must be trained how to deal with those children as the child remain more time with his/her parents. Special educators have to train the parents by asking the behavior of the child and his habits in homely atmosphere and accordingly parents must be trained to guide their children
Disability may impact on an individual's capacity to parent a child effectively.
Research suggests that the number of disabled people with children is increasing. Children of parents with disabilities may be at increased risk of neglectful care which could lead to health, developmental and behavioral problems, or increased risk. However, there is some indication that some parents having children with intellectual disabilities are able to provide adequate child care if they are given appropriate training and support to do so.
In every quarter of the year organization will conduct meeting and training program to the parents of the children with intellectual disability and also Deafblind. In meeting management along with interdisciplinary team will interact with parents and discuss about the child progress and take guidance through parents about future plan. Once every month Deafblind state center team will organize parents training program with a specific topic related to Deafblind. Every second Saturday Chaithanya parent’s association meeting of Deafblind will be conducted a t organization premises.