SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF CHILDREN FROM THE HOUSE “MOTHER AND CHILD” (MOTHERNITY AND CHILDREN HOME)
Journal Title: Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation - Year 1997, Vol 1, Issue 4
In this paper are presented the results from the research on number, social aspects, psycho physical development etc. of children without parents and parents care boarding in the house “Mother and Child” in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria in the period from 1986 to 1995. The results for adopted children in that period are especially presented.
Authors and Affiliations
M. MIHOV, A. JOVKOVA, N. MITOVA, D. SEDELCAKOVA
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How To Cite
M. MIHOV, A. JOVKOVA, N. MITOVA, D. SEDELCAKOVA (1997). SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF CHILDREN FROM THE HOUSE “MOTHER AND CHILD” (MOTHERNITY AND CHILDREN HOME). Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 1(4), 69-74. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-7515