عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study aimed to examine the impact of life skills training on the Components marital satisfaction of deaf women in the Iranian Deaf Association(IDA). A multiple-baseline, single-case experimental design was used. The statistical population consisted of all deaf women in the IDA, in 2014-2015. A total of 3 deaf women who met the inclusion criteria were selected using a purposeful sampling method. They participated in a 9-session life skills training program for 45 minutes a week. The instrument used in the present study was the 47-item version of the ENRICH Marital Satisfaction Scale (EMS). The data from repeated measures were processed using the trend comparison charts, and the clinical significance of the data was calculated using the recovery rate formula. The results from the trend comparison charts, recovery rate formula, and visual analysis showed that the life skills training improved in Subscales of personality issues, marital relationship, conflict resolution and financial management is in the sample. There was no increase in the other subscales. Therefore, life skills training can be appropriate to strengthen family foundation and improving marriage durability at the beginning of marriage, for deaf couples.