Lived experiences of visually challenged mothers: a phenomenological study

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Visually Impaired Persons, Mothers


This study used a phenomenological approach using purposive sampling technique. The participants were the visually challenged mothers. They were chosen based on the following criteria: they were visually challenged mothers on both eyes, full-time and biological mothers with a child or children regardless of the child’s age and have significant others who help them in taking care of their child or children. The data was collected through interviews, observations and documents. Colaizzi's method of data analysis was used as the guide in interpreting the data obtained. The study concluded that mixed emotions and feelings such as happiness, gladness, sadness, worry, nervousness, guilt and shame were stated by the participants.

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