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special-needs

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special needs

(spĕsh′əl-nēdz′)
adj.
Of or relating to people who have specific needs, as those associated with a disability: special-needs housing; a special needs teacher
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In fact, Ms Habangana found that some countries had already moved away from the special needs schools, save for instances of severe and profound disabilities.
Through Special Needs' courses, I not only learned how to assist individuals with special needs to enjoy travel, but I found some very valuable new ways to serve the needs of all of my clients," said Peterson.
RELYING ON YOUR OTHER CHILDREN TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR SIBLING WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Keywords: school management, support professionals, Special Needs Children, Inclusive settings and Non Inclusive Settings
The incident prompted the senator to also call on the committee to prioritize the passage of a measure that would give protection and care for children and youth with special needs.
Caring for a child with special needs is a full-time job that requires all of your emotional and physical energy, which is why it makes sense that planning beyond the present is often delayed or ignored," says Professor Adam Beck, director of The American College MassMutual Center for Special Needs Planning.
The amounts of Special Needs Assistant hours were scrutinised, as were resource teaching hours in both school types.
They say the integration of special needs children in Sharjah schools are at crossroads due to lack of specialised teachers and quality education system.
The accolade was given to Samsung for the Samsung Hope for Children program, a corporate citizenship program that provides support to special needs students at schools including Al Noor Centre for Children with Special Needs in Dubai and the Al Nibras Ideal School for Individuals with Special Needs in Kuwait.
In this regard, President Yameen noted that the Government would assist individuals with special needs to undertake employment in public companies and organizations.
The special needs spectrum is wide and the community, when viewed as a potential market, is quite broad.
Not a thought has been given to the capability of the schools to teach our special needs children.

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