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Year 2019, Volume: 2 Issue: 2, 54 - 63, 23.12.2019
https://doi.org/10.33438/ijdshs.651703

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Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children

Year 2019, Volume: 2 Issue: 2, 54 - 63, 23.12.2019
https://doi.org/10.33438/ijdshs.651703

Abstract

In this study, it was aimed to investigate physical activity enjoying and quality of life of individuals with mentally disability children.. The study was to create by parents of female (N = 72) and male (N = 35) with mentally disability children in two special education center schools affiliated to the Ministry of National Education in Mersin. World Health Organization Quality of Life Scale-Short Form (WHOQOL-BREF) and Physical Activity Enjoyment Scale (PAES) were used to measure the quality of life of the parents. After the descriptive statistical procedures were applied in the analysis of the obtained data, t test and ANOVA and Mann - Whitney U and Kruskal Wallis tests were used to measure the differences between the variables. Significance was accepted as p <0.05 According to the findings; As a result of the comparison of the likelihood of physical activity of individuals with mentally retarded children according to gender, a high significant difference was found between women and men total score averages for women with negative thinking (p <0.05). In our study, there was a significant correlation (p <0,05, p <0,01) from physical activity likelihood of positive thinking subscale total scores and quality of life. Negative Thinking As a result of the relational analysis of total scores and quality of life levels, only low level of relationship with Psychological Health (p <0.05) was determined. As a result of examining the health-related quality of life levels of individuals with mentally disaibility children according to age, a significant difference was observed between the mean scores of the age groups (p <0.05). In conclusion, it can be said that the enjoyment of physical activity affects parents' health-related quality of life and there is a significant relationship between age and quality of life.

References

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  • 2. Allik, H., Larsson, J. & Smedje, H. (2006). Health-related quality of life in parents of school- age children with asperger syndrome or highfunctioning autism. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 4: 1.
  • 3. Aras, I., Stevanovic, R., Vlahovic, S., Stevanovic, S., Kolaric, B. & Kondic, L. (2014). Health related quality of life in parents with speech and hearing impairment. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 78: 323-329.
  • 4. Aysan, F. ve Özben, Ş. (2007). Research on quality of life of parents having disabled children, Journal of Dokuz Eylül University Buca Educational Faculty, Issue:22,pp. 1-6..
  • 5. Benjak, T. (2011). Subjective quality of life for parents of children with autism spectrum disorders inCroatia. Applied Research in Quality of Life. 6: 91-102.
  • 6. Bertelli, M., Bianco, A., Rossi, M., Scuticchio, D., Brown, I. “Relationship between individual quality of life and family quality of life for people with intellectual disability living in Italy”, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, Sayı: 55, C. 12, (2011), 1136-1150.
  • 7. Boylu, A. ve Terzioğlu, G. (2007). Investigation of some objective and subjective indicators affecting the quality of life of families. T. C. Prime Ministry General Directorate of Family and Social Research Publications. Ankara.
  • 8. Carraro, A., Young, A. C. &Robazzo, C. (2008). A contribution to the validation of the physical activity enjoyment scale in an Italian sample, Social Behavior and Personality, 36 (7), 911-918.
  • 9. Dahan-Oliel, N., Shikako-Thomas, K. & Majnemer, A. (2012). Quality of life and leisure participation in children with neurodevelopmental disabilities: a thematic analysis of the literature. Qual Life Res,21:427–439.
  • 10. Demirci, N., Yıldırım, İ., Toptas Demirci, P., Ersöz, Y. (2018). Why Should We Do Physical Activity? More Active People For A Healthier World, International Journal of Disabilities Sports and Health Science,1(2);1-14
  • 11. Eapen, V. & Guan, J. (2016). Parental quality of life in autism spectrum disorder: Current status and future directions. Acta Psychopathol. 2:1.
  • 12. Eser, E., Fidaner, H., Fidaner, C., Elbi, H. & Göker, E. (1999). Psychometric properties of WHOQOL-100 and WHOQOL-Bref. Journal 3p, 8 (4), 23-40.
  • 13. Hsu Y., Chou C., Nguyen-Rodriguez S.T, McClain A.D, Belcher B.R, and Spruijt-Metz D. (2011) Influences of social support, perceived barriers, and negative meanings of physical activity on physical activity in middle school students, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8, 210 -219.
  • 14. Johnson, N., Frenn, M., Feetham, S. & Simpson, P. (2011). Autism spectrum disorder: Parenting stress, family functioning and health-related quality of life. Families, Systems and Health. 29: 232-252.
  • 15. Karakaş, G. & Yaman, Ç. (2017). “Examination of the quality of life according to the physical activity status of parents who have disabled individual, Journal of Human Sciences, 14(1), pp. 724-737..
  • 16. Karasar, N. (2019). Scientific Research Method: Concepts Principles Techniques Ankara: Nobel Academic Publishing.
  • 17. Kendzierski, D., &DeCarlo, K. L. (1991). Physical activity enjoyment scale: Two validation studies. Journal of Sport Exercise Psychology, 14 (9), 50–64.
  • 18. Meral, B.F. (2011) Investigation of Family Life Quality Perceptions of Mothers with Developmental Disabilities, (Unpublished doctoral thesis), Anadolu University / Institute of Educational Sciences, Eskişehir
  • 19. Mirzeoğlu, A. D. & Çoknaz, D. (2014). The validity and reliability study of physical activity liking scale-short form for Turkish children and adolescents. International Journal of Human Sciences, Issue:11(1),pp. 672-687.
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  • 22. Patnode C.D, Lytle L.A, Erickson D.J., Sirard J.R., Daheia J. Barr-Anderson D.J., Story M. (2011). Physical activity and sedentary activity patterns among children and adolescents: a latent class analysis approach, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8, 457 -467.
  • 23. Ramirez E., Kulinna P.H., Donetta Cothran D. (2012). Constructs of physical activity behaviour in children: The usefulness of Social Cognitive Theory, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 303-310.
  • 24. Sallis, J.F., Prochaska, J.J. & Taylor, W.C. (2000) A review of correlates of physical activity of children and adolescents. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 32, 963-975.
  • 25. Soresi, S., Nota, L., Ferrari, L. (2007). “Considerations on Supports That Can Increase the Quality of Life of Parents of Children With Disabilities”, Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, Sayı: 4, C. 4, 248-251.
  • 26. Şıpoş, R., Predescu, E., Mureşan, G., Iftene, F. “The Evaluation of Family Quality of Life of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder”, Applied Medical Informatics, Sayı: 30, C. 1, (2012), 1-18.
  • 27. Toptaş Demirci, P. and Demirci N. (2018). The Effects Of Game And Physıcal Actıvıty Lessons In Chıldren Wıth Learnıng Dısabılıtıes, Kinesiologia Slovenica, 24, 3, 47–55.
  • 28. Tung, L., Huang, C., Tseng, M., Yen, H., Tsai, Y., Lin, Y., Chen, K. (2014). Correlates of health- related quality of life and the perception of its importance in caregivers of children with autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 8: 1235-1242.
  • 29. Vergili, Ö., Oktaş, B., Koçulu, E. (2015). Examination of the quality of life according to the physical activity status of parents who have disabled individual, Hacettepe University Faculty of Health Sciences Journal. 1 (1): 1-7.
  • 30. Wankel, L. M. (1993). The importance of enjoyment to adherence and psychological benefits from physical activity, International Journal of Sport Psychology, 24, 151-169.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Sports Medicine
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Ersin İLKİLİROĞLU This is me

Pervin TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ This is me

Kazım ERASLAN This is me

Serpil KABAKLI This is me

Publication Date December 23, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019 Volume: 2 Issue: 2

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APA İLKİLİROĞLU, E., TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ, P., ERASLAN, K., KABAKLI, S. (2019). Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children. International Journal of Disabilities Sports and Health Sciences, 2(2), 54-63. https://doi.org/10.33438/ijdshs.651703
AMA İLKİLİROĞLU E, TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ P, ERASLAN K, KABAKLI S. Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children. International Journal of Disabilities Sports &Health Sciences. December 2019;2(2):54-63. doi:10.33438/ijdshs.651703
Chicago İLKİLİROĞLU, Ersin, Pervin TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ, Kazım ERASLAN, and Serpil KABAKLI. “Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children”. International Journal of Disabilities Sports and Health Sciences 2, no. 2 (December 2019): 54-63. https://doi.org/10.33438/ijdshs.651703.
EndNote İLKİLİROĞLU E, TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ P, ERASLAN K, KABAKLI S (December 1, 2019) Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children. International Journal of Disabilities Sports and Health Sciences 2 2 54–63.
IEEE E. İLKİLİROĞLU, P. TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ, K. ERASLAN, and S. KABAKLI, “Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children”, International Journal of Disabilities Sports &Health Sciences, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 54–63, 2019, doi: 10.33438/ijdshs.651703.
ISNAD İLKİLİROĞLU, Ersin et al. “Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children”. International Journal of Disabilities Sports and Health Sciences 2/2 (December 2019), 54-63. https://doi.org/10.33438/ijdshs.651703.
JAMA İLKİLİROĞLU E, TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ P, ERASLAN K, KABAKLI S. Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children. International Journal of Disabilities Sports &Health Sciences. 2019;2:54–63.
MLA İLKİLİROĞLU, Ersin et al. “Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children”. International Journal of Disabilities Sports and Health Sciences, vol. 2, no. 2, 2019, pp. 54-63, doi:10.33438/ijdshs.651703.
Vancouver İLKİLİROĞLU E, TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ P, ERASLAN K, KABAKLI S. Investigation of Physical Activity Enjoying And Quality of Life of Parents Who Have Mentally Disabled Children. International Journal of Disabilities Sports &Health Sciences. 2019;2(2):54-63.


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