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Islamic Azad University, Tehran Medical Branch , falaeekarahroudy@yahoo.com
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Background: Cerebral palsy is a complex and multi-dimensional group and a non-stationary disturbances in motion refers to the situation that requires careful attention to all activities of daily living by caregivers of children with cerebral palsy especially mothers, is. Therefore, training program for caring for children with cerebral palsy to their mothers is very important. This study examines the impact the determining the effect of care education of mothers of children with cerebral palsy on their maternal depression and anxiety referring to the selected hospital in ALBORZ University of Medical Sciences in 1396 are discussed.
Methods: In this experimental, maintained complex of, 60 mothers with cerebral palsy children referred to Bahonar Hospital in Karaj were randomly selected. The education program consists of 6 domains for mothers during 6 sessions (carriage of a child with cerebral palsy-types of child positioning situations–to sleep-dressing up-eating and feeding-toilet training-urine control training) of 30 minutes over a period of two weeks. Depression and anxiety of mothers were evaluated at the before and after the intervention. The results were compared using SPSS21 and paired T-test.
Results:The results showed that the training program for caring for children with cerebral palsy resulted in reduction of depression from a score of 26/1 to a score of 1/9and anxiety levels in mothers of these children reduction from a score of 20/9 to a score of 14/5 in intervention group (p˂0.0001). In comparison with control group mothers, the results indicated that according to the lack of training in this group did not reveal any significant changes in depression and anxiety and The maternal anxiety score remained at 25.2 and the depression rate ranged from 26.3 to 25.9
Conclusions: The use of training on how to care for children with cerebral palsy can reduce depression and anxiety in mothers of children with cerebral palsy.
Key Words: Depression, Anxiety, Cerebral Palsy, mothers.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Pediatric Neurology

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