THE MOTHER'S PSYCHOLOGICAL TOUGHNESS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE MENTALLY RETARDED CHILD
The study addresses the three dimensions of psychological resilience: commitment, control and challenge of a mentally handicapped child's mother and its impact on social adjustment in general and after Feinland socialization on a disabled child The study sample consisted of two cases, each of which was the mother and her disabled child. approach ", where the sample was chosen in a deliberate manner, and the two researchers relied on the clinical approach of case study and two tools used the psychometer to measure the level of psychomotor toughness at the secretary's level, The measure of social adjustment in the aftermath of Feinland's socialization to measure the overall level of social adjustment and the level of socialization in its three dimensions for children with disabilities. The results of the study have shown that the level of mental stiffness of the mother affects the social adjustment of the disabled child, and the results of the study have shown that the level of psychological toughness of the mother affects the three dimensions of socialization of the disabled child.
Keywords: Psychological Toughness, Disabled Child, Social Adjustment, Socialization.