Special Education (SPED)
A small number of special education teachers work with students with severe cognitive, emotional, or physical disabilities. Their job is primarily teaching them life skills and basic literacy.
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Most special education teachers instruct students at the preschool, elementary, middle, and secondary school level, although some work with infants and toddlers. A Smile as Big as the Moon: An Anthropologist on Mars: Some Kind of Genius: Marcus Teens in behavioral boot camp. Will they get better?
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Will they get worse? The Power of the Powerless: Kranowitz presents many checklists and questionnaires throughout the comprehensive book, but her images are also useful, like saying we should think of sensory processing disorder like indigestion of the brain and just like an antacid soothes, kids need occupational therapy to smooth their neural pathways. Eventually many children with special needs develop into adults with special needs.
This book deals with various forms of planning, but the sections on financial and legal planning are especially useful. Wright talks about siblings and how parents need to be fair to help all children financially, while also knowing siblings often take on other burdens related to special needs siblings.
There is also a greater emphasis on the needs of pre-school and school-age children than for adults.
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Parenting an Adult with Disabilities or Special Needs: While legal documents are very important, they may not prepare caregivers, nominated representatives, or others to understand someone who may not be able to communicate his needs directly. Touchpoints Birth to Three: Berry Brazelton and Joshua Sparrow. But many parents of special needs kids express, as Becker does in A Good and Perfect Gift, that it can be helpful in a way to see in what ways a child is attaining milestones at around the right time could be verbal if physical is a problem, or vice versa.
Touchpoints recognizes not only development forward, but also regression at certain times. Part 2 discusses various challenges to development in alphabetical order, including allergies and asthma, developmental delays hypersensitivity, and speech, language, and hearing problems.
So some special needs parents may learn a bit, but they will also benefit from discussion of other issues like divorce, television, etc. In the end, a book like this reminds us that each child is an individual and not just a symptom, disorder, or disease. Raising Children in a Competitive Cultur e. Additional posts by Brain, Child.
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