multiple disabilities

multiple disabilities

A term of art referring to a combination of impairments in a child, for example mental retardation plus blindness, or mental retardation plus physical disabilities, which creates severe logistical problems that make it difficult to accommodate the child in a special education program.
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Zatta, is a comprehensive reference for teachers of visually impaired students, special education teachers, related service professionals, administrators, and parents who want to provide appropriate educational programs for children with visual impairments and multiple disabilities.
Dylan, 16, has multiple disabilities and Ger is his full-time carer at their council home in Celbridge, Co Kildare.
There is need to include all households with family members who have disabilities, especially those with cerebral palsy and with severe or multiple disabilities, as automatic beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) because they are already "near poor" and eventually pushed into poverty," it stressed.
40%); and multiple disabilities, which included both physical and intellectual disabilities (n = 32, 18.
The charity provides creative, touch-based art of move and dance programmes for individuals affected by autism and profound and multiple disabilities.
The Children's Trust is a national charity providing care, therapy and education for children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs.
The Children's Trust is a national charity, which provides care, therapy and education for children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs, and rehabilitation to children with an acquired brain injury The Children's Trust has places in many of the UK's key running events - as well as overseas runs, treks and cycling - and we would love you to join the team at one of the events.
Key words: communication, multiple disabilities, non verbal communication.
IT ACHINT Babbar was three years old when he was diagnosed with multiple disabilities.
One child had auditory neuropathy and 29 children (73%) had multiple disabilities.
All may work with students along a continuum of abilities from gifted to those with severe, profound and multiple disabilities.
So the 46-year-old instructor at Red Tiger Martial Arts didn't hesitate to welcome Loftin Searcy as a karate student--though Searcy, an eight-year-old with multiple disabilities, had already been turned down by other martial arts schools.

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