Priority 19 from the Learning Difficulties Scotland PSP

UNCERTAINTY: Which parenting approaches and strategies are most helpful for young parents or carers who themselves have learning difficulties? (JLA PSP Priority 19)
Overall ranking 19
JLA question ID 0070/19
Explanatory note Not available for this PSP

E. van den Broek, A. J. P. M. van Eijden, M. M. Overbeek, S. Kef, P. S. Sterkenburg, C. Schuengel. (2017). A systematic review of the literature on parenting of young children with visual impairments and the adaptions for Video-feedback Intervention to promote positive parenting (VIPP). Journal of Devleopmental and Physical Disability, 29(3): 503-545. doi:  10.1007/s10882-016-9529-6

J. L. Park, K. L. Hudec, C. Johnston. (2017). Parental ADHD symptons and parenting behaviours: A meta-analytic review. Clinical Psychology Review. 56: 25-39. 

Health Research Classification System category Mental Health
Extra information provided by this PSP
Original uncertainty examples Are there differences in the parenting strategies which are most effective for children with ADHD + ASD compared to those who don't have ASD? ~ How to assess level of understanding and capability for adults with learning difficulties who become parents? ~ What impact does a learning difficulty have if you are also a parent?
Submitted by Professionals x 4  ~  parents/carers x 1  ~  Adults who experienced learning difficulties as a child x 0  ~  child/young person x 0 ~ Unknown x 1
PSP information
PSP unique ID 0070
PSP name Learning Difficulties (Scotland)
Total number of uncertainties identified by this PSP. 40  (To see a full list of all uncertainties identified, please see the detailed spreadsheet held on the JLA website)
Date of priority setting workshop 11 June 2018