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Coping strategies of parents of children with autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review

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To deal with stress, parents of children with ASD use coping strategies that help to tackle the challenging situations of raising their child. This systematic review examines parental coping strategy's questionnaires, factors which influence these coping strategies, interactions between these strategies and perceived stress and their impact on parental quality of life. According to PRISMA guidelines, an electronic search was conducted on Medline, PsycInfo and Eric: 156 articles were identified and 11 studies were selected. Many types of self-reported questionnaires were used to assess parental coping strategies. Studies highlighted that parents of a child with ASD used more avoidance strategies and less social support-seeking strategies than those of typical children. Furthermore, problem-focused coping protects parental stress and quality of life, that on the contrary, emotion-focused coping is a risk factor for alteration. Our systematic review illustrates the need to adapt psychoeducational interventions for parents of children with ASD.

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hal-02549959 , version 1 (21-04-2020)

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Christelle Vernhet, Florine Dellapiazza, Nathalie Blanc, Florence Cousson-Gélie, Stéphanie Miot, et al.. Coping strategies of parents of children with autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2019, 28 (6), pp.747-758. ⟨10.1007/s00787-018-1183-3⟩. ⟨hal-02549959⟩
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