- •Parents of children with a LLI/LTI had high levels of hope and self-efficacy.
- •The highest prevalence of hope was amongst parents who could stay at home with their children.
- •Higher self-efficacy was associated with parents who did not have financial concerns.
- •Increased uncertainty was found amongst the parents who did not have other children living in the home.
- •Increased distress was associated with financial concerns.
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