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    article talks about disabled children and policies that are made for them. In USA and Canada, Civil Rights Laws are extended to children. In Canada, these laws have been implemented for over 25 years, where children with disabilities are integrated into the society, particularly in the educational setting. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom gives disabled children's rights, while the US’ Individuals with Disabilities Education Act give them rights. According to these laws, children should be able

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    in the transitioning of their children with disabilities is a crucial role of the parents to ensure that the rights of the kids as mandated by the Federal law on disabled persons adheres to, e.g., The Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1990 are consistently implemented (Austin, 2000). A Parent's participation in the transition process of the disabled children has been realized to vary significantly due to the various categories of disability. In cases of children with Learning disability, the parents

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    Education for disabled children has always been a critical issue because in some places parents were not ready to accept that their children were disabled, and schools also used to keep these students out of the classes. In these situations, disabled children were left behind. That 's why in 1975 Federal law, IDEA Individual Disability Education Act took place. According to this law, disabled students from age 3 to 21 can get free and appropriate public education. This paper briefly discusses Autism

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    Anne Marie Foster Unit 319 Support disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs. Children with special educational needs (SEN) all have learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn than most children of the same age. These children may need extra or different help from that given to other children of the same age. It is important that early identification and intervention (The Special Educational Needs Code of Practise 2001) of SEN

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    Mentally disabled children of America have endured the isolation of other “average” Americans. With no understanding of being considered different, they were lowered in dignity and repelled by fellow citizens. In earlier year, mentally handicapped children were despised and ridiculed for being disabled; now with greater understanding, they are slowly being accepted as normal Americans. Small steps like new treatments, education, and creating more tolerant environments have helped mentally disabled children

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    There is a numerous amount of disabled children and disabled students around the nation, who are in need of care. Most of them understand that receiving a good education is a key factor of happiness and success. At the same time, the issue of the importance of including disabled students to the schools for normal children is very questionable, and there are quite a few cons and pros. Have you ever questioned how students with disabilities feel? Have you question why students with disabilities are

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    Disorders in the Writing Process: A Pilot Study” that focused on the benefits of technology for disabled children. Although the article talked about students with disabilities, they specifically focused on students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The article showed that the use of technological tools to write helped the children with the disability tremendously. In general, “the handwriting of children with ASD has been found to be lower quality, specifically in terms of letter formation, than

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    COMMITTEE: Special Conference on ‘Equal Chances’- Sub Commission 1 ISSUE OF: Improving the accessibility of education for disabled children MAIN SUBMITTER: Morocco Deeply emphasizing the fact that there are more than one billion people around the world, of whom nearly 93 million are children, live with some form of disability, Concerned about the inequalities persons with disabilities experience in their daily lives causing them to have fewer opportunities to access a quality education that takes

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    there are disabled children being supported with living in society, learning, and working. Understanding disabled children, in America, is still, in the lacking aspect of things, a more productive way of interacting and understanding should be pursued, which is needed just as much as acceptance. Even though there are several organizations that educate the public in disabilities,autism, public school systems, parent groups, and how social interaction can help to understand disabled children, and can

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    Preventive dentistry is still a comparatively new and least understood subject in our country as maintenance of oral hygiene is often neglected and pushed aside . When it comes to the oral hygiene maintenance of intellectually disabled children, it takes a backseat due to the more pressing need for education and medical treatment . According to WHO, Oral health means more than good teeth; it is integral to general health and essential for well-being. We use our face and teeth as a front to face

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