星兒早療計畫:社區、大學、家庭三方支援模式支援香港有自閉症譜系障礙幼兒的家庭

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Abstract

一旦幼兒被診斷有自閉症譜系障礙時,其家庭就需要得到即時支援,有自閉症譜系障礙幼兒的父母離婚率比典型一般的幼兒的家庭為高 (Hartley, et al., 2010),當中更有許多人可能容易出現離婚 (Naseef & Freedman, 2012)。香港亦一樣,並無例外。
雖然香港對有自閉症譜系障礙的幼兒有很多支援,但卻是支離破碎的。對有自閉症譜系障礙的幼兒家庭以全家庭式的支援實屬罕見。本報告旨在介紹一個自資的計畫,以創新的、系統性的、系統化的、並以家長為中心的干預模式,支援有自閉症譜系障礙幼兒的家庭。是次有十個家庭參加這個計畫,當中社區、大學和家庭共同努力,在幼兒早期發展階段,通過為幼兒及其父母提供早期評估、言語治療、家庭諮詢、家居培訓和社會支援。家長訪談和問卷調查的結果指出,社區、大學和家庭的三方支援模式對於加強夫妻的婚姻,重拾為人父母的動力,並賦權他們在家庭危機中撫養子女至為重要。
Families of the young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) need immediate support once their child was diagnosed with ASD. The parents of young children with ASD had a higher rate of divorce than the families of the typically-developing children (Hartley, et al., 2010). Many of them may easy to be divorced (Naseef & Freedman, 2012). Hong Kong has no exceptions.
Although there is a lot of support to the young children with ASD in Hong Kong, they are fragmented. The whole-family support to the family of the young children with ASD is rare. This presentation aims to introduce a self-funded project with the innovative, systemic and systematic, parent-centered interventions in supporting the family of the young children with ASD. Ten families join this projects which the Communities, University, and Families work together to support the children with ASD by providing early assessment, speech therapy, family counseling, home training and social support to the children and their parents at the early developmental stage. The findings in the post-parent interviews and questionnaires reported that the tripartite support is crucial which strengthen their marriage, restore their dynamic to be parents and empower them to rear their children in the family crisis. Copyright © 2018 Learning & Teaching Expo.
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2018

Citation

潘頌兒(2018.12):星兒早療計畫:社區、大學、家庭三方支援模式支援香港有自閉症譜系障礙幼兒的家庭,論文發表於「學與教博覽2018:攜手共創教育未來」,香港會議展覽中心,香港,中國。

Keywords

  • Alt. title: Star child project: Community- university- family tripartite support to the family of the young children with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong