Children with developmental disorders always face many difficulties in the care and education process because, in addition to the specific difficulties of their defects, they have problems related to behavior, sleep, and other disorders. Due to deal with such problems, their caregivers and parents also get psychological trouble, affecting themselves and the quality of children’s interventions. Therefore, the intervention programs not only support interventions directly for children with developmental disorders but also need to have appropriate measures to support parents’ psychology towards good mental health, then contributing to improving the quality of interventions for children with developmental disorders. The article summarizes the survey results on 79 parents of children with developmental disorders as a basis for proposing several psychological support strategies in the intervention process of children with developmental disorders.
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