The Early Positive Approaches to Support (E-PAtS) study: study protocol for a feasibility cluster randomised controlled trial of a group programme (E-PAtS) for family caregivers of young children with intellectual disability

Elinor Coulman, Richard Hastings, Nick Gore, David Gillespie, Rachel McNamara, Stavros Petrou, Jeremy Segrott, Jill Bradshaw, Kerry Hood, Andrew Jahoda, Geoff Lindsay, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Michael Robling, Jacqui Shurlock & Vaso Totsika
Abstract Background Children with intellectual disability have an IQ < 70, associated deficits in adaptive skills and are at increased risk of having clinically concerning levels of behaviour problems. In addition, parents of children with intellectual disability are likely to report high levels of mental health and other psychological problems. The Early Positive Approaches to Support (E-PAtS) programme for family caregivers of young children (5 years and under) with intellectual and developmental disabilities is a...
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