عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: This study was designed to compare mental health and psychological well-being of parents of blind, normal and normal autistic students done.
Methods: The present study is based on the purpose of the applied type and based on the nature and method of causal comparison. The statistical population includes all 25 to 45 year-old parents of autistic Mehrjooschool students. Parents of blind students attending Omid school. Exceptional Children and Parents of Normal Elementary School Girls ..Pazhooheshgaranelmo danesh Bandar Abbas Township is 120 people For each group, 40 individuals were selected as sample. Sampling method is available as non random. To collect the data, Mental Helth Goldberg and Hiller's (28-GHQ) and Tabavari Scale Conner and Davidson (CD-RISC) were used.
Results: The results showed no significant difference between mental health of parents of autistic, blind, and normal students. There is also no significant difference between the parents' psychological resilience of blind and normal students. But there is a significant difference between the psychological aesthetics of parents of autistic students with parents of ordinary students and parents of blind students. There is a significant difference between the psychological aesthetics of fathers of autistic students and their mothers in Bandar Abbas city.
Conclusion: The results showed that there was no significant difference between the mental health variable in the three groups, but the resiliency variable was significantly different between the three groups.
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