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Experiences of parents after training with healing touch massage to take care children with autistic

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Vanvisa Sresumatchai, Surasak Taneepanichskul and Suporn Apinuntavech
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Abstract: 

The general consensus is that behaviorally oriented parent training procedures used with the general population, and to some extent with developmentally disabled populations, are effective for parents of children with ASD. The efficacy of parent training is activities therapy for development children with disruptive behavior from preschool through adolescence were supported by over 30 years stringent evaluation. Parent training is an empirically truth with supported intervention for children with disruptive behavior uncomplicated by ASD. Parent training provides parents with use specific techniques to management behavioral problems in children. Therefore, the abilities of parent for take care at home are very critical and important to support the development of autistic outcome. This study was designed as a mixed-method sequential describe approach for the objective and subjective information in parent training with healing touch massage. The fellow-up explanation healing touch massage model used to describe the quantitative results. The describe approach sequential was two-phase mixed methods design that begin with gathering parent and analysis of quantitative data that followed by the collecting and analysis of quantitative data for explain and enhance the quantitative finding for development of autistic children. The data were two phase in qualitative and quantitative for the data analysis and interpretation, generalized binomial logistic regression analysis will be conducted prior to the statistical analysis of the quantitative behavior of autistic. The study focus on the mix-method research methodology in research parent training with healing touch technique for take care autistic children. Five major themes of pare experiences using healing touch massage with support for development in behavior from the interviewed data. The themes could be described as follows: Learning and following Healing Touch Massage Technique, Facing difficulties when returning home, Unavailable the healing touch massage in every day, and some parent have difficulty for frequently to the massage. Healing touch massage technique was tools for training parent to healing problem behavior and development for autistic children. A qualitative research is suggested to further investigate both autistic individual symptom behavior factors and family take care in relation to parent using healing touch massage technique in autistic children.

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