A PARENT AND TEACHER"S GUIDE TO THE SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD

by M.O.T. O.T.R., M. Darrell Parker

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Written in English
Cover of: A PARENT AND TEACHER
Published: Pages: 132 Downloads: 763
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Subjects:

  • Child care & upbringing,
  • Teaching of those with special educational needs,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Children with Special Needs,
  • Special Education - General,
  • Education-Special Education - General,
  • Family & Relationships / Children with Special Needs
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8488460M
ISBN 101420868225
ISBN 109781420868227
OCLC/WorldCa122931038

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It’s the quality, not the quantity. In a misguided attempt to make up for their child’s frustrations and challenges, parents of children with special needs often become engaged in a style of parenting that is overly permissive. Unfortunately, pampering or becoming a “Doormat” style parent just makes matters worse.

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PARENT’S GUIDE TO SPECIAL EDUCATION / 7 The term parent does not include a state or local agency, such as a social service agency, or one of its employees if the child is in the custody of such agency.

If more than one person meets the definition of a "parent," the school will rely upon the biological or. Families are children's best advocates, but getting started with the special education process can be daunting. The right resources and support can help make it a little easier.

This guide provides information and tips for families new to the special education system. If you are the parent of a child with special needs, and she is a student n public school, be ready to do some big-time advocating to ensure that she gets the special ed.

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Does my child’s condition have to be permanent for her to be eligible for an IEP. Once my child has qualified for special education, will he continue to get the services throughout his time in school.

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2) Needs special education, as determined by an evaluation team. Your child must meet both qualifications in order to be eligible for special education.

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While giving special education to the students with special needs, it is important to be in communication with parents. Here is a guide for teachers: how to be in contact with parents and which ways to follow.

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provides you with concrete information and realistic recommendations—in an advertising-free environment. Include your child with special needs in activities with all children, both with and without special needs.

Gather as much information as you can about programs your community offers children your child's age. Be sure to look at your whole child: your child's strengths as well as the areas for which your child needs supports and services.This book is an invaluable teaching resource and discussion starter for parents, teachers and carers working with children with special needs.

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