The term “developmental disabilities” describes a variety of physical and mental disorders and conditions. This article provides a general introduction and overview of these disabilities and how they differ from one another.
A child with physical disabilities could be in a wheelchair, walk with a cane or be handicapped in some other way. Find informative articles, thoughtful discussions and helpful tips on integrating a student with physical disabilities into the classroom. From reviews on assistive technology to tips on classroom arrangement you're sure to find the answers to your questions.
How are hearing impairment and reading performance related? This article discusses the connection between the two, as well as the research findings involving their relationship.
Many children with physical disabilities also have epilepsy as an additional disability. Special education teachers need to know basic facts on the condition as well as seizure first aid. This article covers what causes epilepsy and general epilepsy treatments.
To maintain good health of disabled children, in respect of mental, social and emotional development of a special child is very important. Parents and teachers are the best sources for maintaining good health of disabled children.