Cognitive Recovery and its relationship to quality of life among parents of autistic children in JordanAuthor(s): Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh* and Mohammad Nayef Ayasrah
Disabled children have more complex demands than typically developing children, both in terms of their physical and emotional health. Parents' reactions will change as a direct result of this. As a result, parents' quality of life suffers as they struggle to care for their disabled children. In order to make conclusions regarding the lifestyles of parents who are meeting the medical needs of their disabled children, this research will examine those parents' daily routines. This method combines a cross-sectional strategy with quantitative and descriptive methods. The entire sampling method was used, and it resulted in responses from the sample pool. This research found that the average value of a person's quality of life was best in the area known as social connections, followed by the domains known as psychological and environment, and lowest in the domain known as physical health. When looking at parents as a whole, the median Q1 rating is a 4, indicating an exceptional quality of life, while the median Q2 value is a 4, indicating an adequate quality of life. Both of these measurements point to a high quality of life for the parents.