Chinese immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities needed for study


Chinese immigrant mothers are needed for a study. The study will examine the experiences of parental stress, social support, anxiety, depression and self-efficacy among Chinese immigrant mothers of a child or children with developmental disabilities (e.g. learning disabilities, ASD, cerebral palsy, global developmental delay, Down’s syndrome, intellectual delay caused by any type of injures etc.)

The study organizers would like to hear from you if:

  • you have one or more children with a developmental disability or developmental disabilities; and
  • you have immigrated to Canada from China.

Contact Chang Su, a psychology postdoctoral fellow in the Lillian Wright Maternal-Child Health Institute, Women’s Health Research Office in Mental Health, in the Faculty of Health, at or 416-736-2100 ext. 44527.