Caregivers Experiences While Communicating With Autistic Children In Nairobi County
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Caregivers Experiences While Communicating With Autistic Children In Nairobi County
Autism is a developmental disorder that is characterized by impairment in verbal and non-verbal communication. Autistic children are not able to effectively communicate verbally and convey meaning to the caregivers as typical children do. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics has no data on autism in Kenya. This shows that autism is yet to get attention it deserves in the country. This study therefore sought to explore the experiences encountered by three Kenyan caregivers while communicating with autistic children. The study adopted a qualitative research design and was conducted in Nairobi County. Semi structured Interviews and observation methods were used to generate data. The findings revDownloadViews: 49

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