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    Title: Effectiveness of Stress Management Initiatives for Primary Caregivers of Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities
    Authors: 徐尚為;Shang-Wei Hsu
    Contributors: 健康產業管理學系
    Keywords: caregiver, depression, intellectual disability, mental health, Taiwanese Depression Questionnaire (TDQ)
    Date: 2010-01
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 12:06:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: "ackground This study provides a perspective on the mental health status and analyses the effectiveness of a stress-relief program for primary caregivers of adolescents with intellectual disability (ID). Method Seventy-seven primary caregivers of people with ID were recruited (intervention group, n = 31; non-intervention group, n = 46) to the study, which involved participation in one stress management workshop (intervention group only) and both groups reading an education booklet on stress management. Results We found that 22.1% of caregivers in the study were at high risk of depressive stress and in need of mental health consultation; this prevalence was nearly six times that of the general population. The effectiveness of mental health initiatives resulted in a significant reduction in depressive stress for the intervention group. Conclusions The study highlights that a “face-to-face” workshop is an effective way to decrease levels of depressive stress. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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    Relation: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
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