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Seung Eun McDevitt
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, already limited services and resources for families of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in China became even more scarce. This qualitative case study highlights one online parent education and training (PET) program developed during the pandemic to offer home-intervention strategies to parents of children with ASD in mainland China. This exploratory study sought to examine the emic perspectives of the trainers and parents who participated in the 12-week intensive training program while considering the cultural context in China and the transnational, remote nature of the program.
Caitlin S. McRae McRae; Annette M. E. Henderson; Rachel S. T. Low (et al.)
Lucie Cluver; Jamie Lachman; Lorraine Sherr (et al.)
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