Children With Autistic Spectrum Disorder

1149 Words Jun 22nd, 2016 5 Pages
Child and parent bond is a very important. A parent will always be part of their child or children lives. When time goes by as children get older and move on with their own lives, parents become less involved. When other parents have to be involved with their children lives more than usual because the child needs more attention and more support. How do parents do it and what does the child gain through the whole process of the parent being involved. Also, how does the child build a comfortable relationship with the parents, or with only one parent? Does the bond with the parent last a period of time or does it break at a certain time of the child life?

In this study being conducted will be focusing on children with Autistic spectrum disorder. Research hypothesis is: “Why is the mother so important in the ASD relationship?” The research will focus on mothers and their relationship with their children. To see how much do the children depend on their mothers. To see if children can be independent without the mother. How will the children depend on the mother once they have reached adulthood? The research studies results can summarize how mothers influence children with ASD in their relationship.

Two of the main types of non-probability sampling methods are voluntary samples and convenience samples. Voluntary sample. A voluntary sample is made up of people who self-select into the survey. Often, these folks have a strong interest in the main topic of the survey. Convenience…
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