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The use of the internet as a bibliotherapeutic tool for parents with children with disabilities or special needs: An exploratory study.

Uridge, L.,

Academic Literature

2007

There is little Australian-based research looking at the use of the Internet as a bibliotherapeutic tool for parents with children with disabilities and special needs. This study used a small population of parents with children with diverse disabilities and investigated their Internet usage for information, their use of support groups and the triggers that made them seek information.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Edith Cowan University Masters Thesis

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Health and wellbeing, Transport and communication

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