Positive parenting benefits children with disabilities

11/16/2012 | Disability Scoop

Children with disabilities who were raised in households that used positive parenting showed more independence and improved language skills than peers raised with a different parenting style, an analysis of studies showed. Researchers said that positive parenting was also linked to better emotional expression, social skills and temperament. The findings appear in the journal Research in Developmental Disabilities.

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