Reference : Introducing the COVID-19 crisis Special Education Needs Coping Survey
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Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Treatment & clinical psychology
Introducing the COVID-19 crisis Special Education Needs Coping Survey
Dukes, Daniel []
Van Herwegen, Jo []
Alessandri, Michael []
Al Nemary, Faisal []
Amani Rad, Jamal []
Banta Lavenex, Pamela []
Bolshakov, Nikita []
Bölte, Sven []
Buffle, Paulina []
Ying Cai, Ru []
Campos, Ruth []
Chirita, Adela []
Pinto Coelho da Costa, Andreia mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences (DBCS) >]
Costanzo, Floriana []
di Poi, Giona []
Des Portes, Vincent []
Faivre, Laurence []
Famelart, Nawelle []
Fisher, Marisa []
Gamaiunova, Liudmila []
Giannadou, Aikaterina []
Gupta, Rashmi []
Hanley, Mary T. []
Hardan, Antonio Y. []
Houdayer, Françoise []
Hrnčířová, Lenka []
Hugon, Anne []
Klein-Tasman, Bonita P. []
Kovani, Panagiota []
Lavenex, Pierre []
Libove, Robin []
Malik, Supriya []
Mari, Francesca []
Martínez-Castilla,, Pastora []
Menghini, Deny []
Meuleman, Ben []
Nuske, Heather J. []
Palikara, Olympia []
Papageorgiou, Athina []
Papon, Anouk []
Pegg, Robin []
Poustka, Luise []
Prosetzky, Ingolf []
Renieri, Alessandra []
Reza Pouretemad, Hamid []
Rhodes, Sinead []
Riby, Deborah []
Rossi, Massimiliano []
Sadeghi, Saeid []
Stallmann, Lina []
Squillaci, Myriam []
Su, Xueyun []
Tai, Hungtzu (Claire) []
Tran, Michel []
Treichel, Noémie []
Tynan, Fionnuala []
Uljarević, Mirko []
Van Hecke, Amy []
Veiga, Guida []
Verloes, Alain []
Vicari, Stefano []
Werneck-Rohrer, Sonja []
Zander, Eric []
Samson, Andrea C. []
[en] covid-19 ; anxiety ; emotion regulation ; special (education) needs ; coping ; international collaboration
[en] Individuals with special education needs have been particularly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as they have been shown to be at high risk of losing medical and institutional support at a time when people are being asked to stay isolated, suffering increased anxiety and depression as a consequence. Their families have often found themselves under tremendous pressure to provide support, engendering financial hardship, and physical and emotional strains. In such times, it is vital that international collaborations assess the impact on the individuals and their families, affording the opportunity to make national and international comparisons of how people have coped and what needs to be done to optimize the measures taken by families, associations and governments. This paper introduces one such collaboration.

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