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  1. Disabled People (Let's Talk About) by Pete Sanders, 1992-09
  2. Supporting Special Educational Needs in Secondary School Classrooms (SLA Guidelines) by Jane Lovey, 2002-04-12
  3. Pre-School Provision for Children With Special Needs (Special Needs in Ordinary Schools) by Brenda Robson, 1990-09
  4. Special Needs Provision: Assessment, Concern and Action (Special Needs in Ordinary Schools) by Geoff Sewell, 1997-07
  5. Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs: A Guide for Assistants in Schools and Pre-schools by Maria Halliwell, 2004-07-15
  6. Teaching Mathematics to Children With Special Needs by Carol A. Thornton, 1982-06
  7. Special Educational Needs in the Primary School: A Practical Guide by Jean Gross, 2002-08
  8. Address Individual Needs: The Role of General Educators.: An article from: Intervention in School & Clinic by Antonis Katsiyannis, Jennifer S. Ellenburg, et all 2000-11-01
  9. Primary Special Needs in the National Curriculum by Ann Lewis, 1995-11-07
  10. Play for Children with Special Needs: Including Children Aged 3-8 by Chris Macintyre, 2002-05-31
  11. Nasty Girls, Thugs, and Humans Like Us: Social Relations Between Severely Disabled and Nondisabled Students in High School by Carola Murray-Seegert, 1989-07
  12. Service Dog Goes to School: The Story of a Dog Trained to Helpthe Disabled by Elizabeth Simpson Smith, 1988-09
  13. Small Steps Forward: Using Games and Activities to Help Your Pre-School Child With Special Needs by Sarah Newman, 1999-07
  14. Teaching Mathematics to Middle School Students with Learning Difficulties (What Works for Special-Needs Learners)

1. Homeschooling Children With Special Needs
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2. Special Needs Dobermans - Helping Owned AND Rescue Dobes! Visit Our New Store!
We are an organization of people with a common goal of helping senior and special needs Dobermans. The special needs Dobermans general Fund (GF), used to start Ohio State University Vet school for further diagnostics and surgery Hanni is disabled and does not have the money for
Welcome to, the website for Special Needs Dobermans (SND). We are an organization of people with a common goal of helping senior and special needs Dobermans. That need may be financial or it may be only information and/or moral support for the owner of a Doberman with a serious illness or injury. We will also aid in rehoming and fostering senior Dobermans. These Dobermans may be shelter rescues or they may already be much loved companions with a special need. Financial aid may be through donations or through avenues such as online auctions. Every precaution will be taken to assure that the need is real.
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3. 10. Education Of Students With Special Needs
Their special needs are predominantly rooted in their socio are few secondary level institutions for the disabled. is one general secondary school for students

4. Special Needs School Bus Evacuation
Chapter Eight special needs school. Bus Emergencies offlineso is the disabled student from being safely transported radio scanners in the general population who tend to overreact
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Chapter Eight:
Special Needs School
Bus Emergencies
Bus Mechanical Failures Bus mechanical failures, particularly lift-equipped bus mechanical failures are likely the most serious emergencies to occur on special needs buses. When essential bus equipment fails, particularly lift equipment failure, the bus must be replaced during the route. When specially-equipped buses experience mechanical failures, are involved in accidents or are stranded because of road conditions then spare specially-equipped buses must be used. Bus mechanical failures eliminate the ability of the vehicle to be safely driven. Most bus mechanical failures occur in residential areas where there usually is lighter, secondary road traffic. More failures occur when the bus is outbound from the bus garage or parking area before the first student is picked up in the morning or before the first school building is reached in the afternoon at the school loading zone. The empty outbound bus in the morning or afternoon run is easily replaced without danger to students with disabilities but perhaps with some danger to the driver and assistant on board. When students are on board they must be off-loaded and transferred to another receiving, or spare, bus. At the school loading zone students can be off-loaded back into the school building with supervision until the replacement bus arrives.
Specially-Equipped Buses
Some students with disabilities, particularly those using mobility aids or who use specialized wheelchairs, may require unique wheelchair securement not available on spare buses. When there is no spare bus and the regular bus with special wheelchair securement equipment is offlineso is the disabled student from being safely transported.

5. Services In School For Children With Special Needs: What Parents Need To Know -
limits a major life activity is considered disabled. Can Do Children with special needs are guaranteed of additional training beyond medical school in general
S ERVICES IN S CHOOL FOR C HILDREN W ITH S PECIAL N EEDS: W HAT P ARENTS N EED TO K NOW No. 83 Some children experience difficulties in school, ranging from problems with concentration, learning, language, and perception to problems with behavior and/or making and keeping friends. These difficulties may be due to one or more of the following: physical disorders, psychiatric disorders, emotional problems, behavioral problems, and learning disorders (or disabilities). These children with special needs are usually entitled to receive special services or accommodations through the public schools. Federal law mandates that every child will receive a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. It also entitles children with special needs to receive extra services. To support their ability to learn in school, three Federal laws apply to children with special needs:
  • The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) (1975)
  • Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of l973
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (l990).
Between states, there are different criteria for eligibility, services available, procedures for implementing the Federal laws, and procedural safeguards. It is important for parents to be aware of these laws and regulations in their particular area.

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7. JS Online: Parents Worry About Special-needs School
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8. Kerry's Conclusions. A Commentary On The Special Needs Of Disabled Children And
Like all special education decisions, individual needs of the student year and is based on the needs of the If a school district offers ESY services to general
Extended School Year Services Often, the IEP meeting to discuss ESY services is held in the spring. However, a delay in holding a meeting to determine ESY services may lead to many summer programs being filled or unavailable for a student. As a result, ESY services should be decided by the middle of April. In the case of some students, there will be no data to show either the presence or absence of regression during breaks. In such case, the student is still entitled to ESY services if the team reasonably believes that the student would experience significant regression and recoupment problems. In this case, the nature and severity of the student's disability may prove to be significant in the ESY analysis. There is no set list of disabilities automatically making a student eligible or ineligible for ESY services. In fact, a school district is not permitted to offer ESY services to only one classification of students. All IEP-eligible students should be considered for ESY services. That said, the nature of some disabilities is that regression is more common when structure and routine are taken away from the student. Students with autism, traumatic brain injury, severe cognitive disabilities, developmental delays, and some emotional disorders are more likely to need ESY services.

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10. Article | Vouchers Do Help Disabled Students
often by other students and in general got services Because of their special needs, disabled students are more likely opportunities in the public school system

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December 11, 2003 By Jay P. Greene and Greg Forster A recent analysis by the Palm Beach Post asserted that Florida's voucher program for disabled students lures students into private schools that don't serve their needs. It appeared the day before a state task force met to consider possible changes in the program. The headline bluntly declared: ``Vouchers Don't Help Disabled Students.'' But the Post's claim is unfounded. A Manhattan Institute study of the program found that participating students had much smaller classes, were victimized less often by other students and in general got services that their parents say were better than what they got in the public schools.
Because of their special needs, disabled students are more likely to lack good educational opportunities in the public school system. The McKay Scholarship Program gives them a voucher equal to the full amount of money that public schools would have spent on them, allowing them to seek out whatever schools will serve them best. With more than 12,000 students participating, it's one of the nation's largest voucher programs.
The Post claims that McKay vouchers ``don't help disabled students'' because many of the schools participating in the program don't segregate disabled kids into separate classes. It also claims that McKay schools aren't serving disabled students well because teachers at many of these schools don't have special-education certificates from the state and because the schools are allowed to design their own curricula for special-education students rather than having to follow mandates from the state government.

11. Berkeley Parents Network: Schools & Preschools For Special Needs Kids
they want to screen out learning disabled kids, they in public schools, at least; getting special needs met in Mr. Perry about what a private school, in general
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    Feb. 2004 My husband and I are committed to sending our little boy to public school, andlike most parentswe want ''the best'' school district for him. The only twist is, our son receives special-ed services from OUSD. Are there any special needs parents out there who moved away from Oakland because they wanted a SELPA with a fatter budget? Or more experienced therapists? Sweeter facilities? Mainstreaming with extreme sensitivity and support? If so, how is it working out for you? We'd consider any area, from the Peninsula to Marin to east Contra Costa county. Thanks, Mom of Soon-to-be Kindergartner I would suggest that you contact a support group for the type of disability your child has. Family Resource Network, an offshoot of Bananas, has an office and newsletter that can connect you with other parents dealing with the same issues. Their phone number is (510) 547-7322. I have a 13-year old son with Asperger's syndrome and I gave up on public education 4 years ago. However, every disability is different just as every child is different and you have to do what you feel is right for your child. Good luck. Nancy
  • 12. Education Policy (English)
    commensurate with the range of special needs in any Integration of disabled children into the general reasons, the facilities of the general school system are
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    The Education of Persons with Disability
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    1. It is the right of every citizen of the Republic of Malta to receive education and instruction without any distinction of age, sex, belief or economic means as enacted by the Education Law (Act XXIV of 1988). 2. Parents have a right to choose the type of education to be given to their minors or their children who are unable to decide on their own behalf. 3. It is the duty of the State to ensure the existence of a system of schools and institutions accessible to all Maltese citizens catering for the full development of the whole personality including the ability of every person to work. 4. The choice for special education needed by any person is solely the parents', but te State has a duty to provide special schools to cater for their development. 5. The Education Department has established a Special Education Unit which at present provides the following sevices: 5.1. Counselling service regarding special provisions for children with disabilities; 5.2. Home service mainly geared towards children with disabilities, chronically sick children and hearing impaired children;

    13. Uniquely Gifted - Resources For Gifted/Special Needs Children
    Online resources for families with gifted/special needs children (including learning disabilities, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, etc.) and learning disabled; however, Linda general. Advocacy. IEPs
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    Contributing Editor, 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter
    Welcome to my site – I hope you find it helpful. If this is your first visit, click here for a guide to the site. This site is named after the book Uniquely Gifted: Identifying and Meeting the Needs of the Twice-Exceptional Student , edited by Kiesa Kay. Twice-exceptional children (that is, intellectually gifted children with special needs such as AD/HD, learning disabilities, Asperger Syndrome, etc.) have a hard time of it in our education system - because their giftedness can mask their special needs and their special needs hide their giftedness, they are often labeled as "lazy", "unmotivated", "not trying". Many people don't even realize that a child can be both gifted and learning disabled; however, Linda Silverman, Ph.D., the director of the Gifted Development Center has found that fully 1/6 of the gifted children tested at the GDC have a learning difference of some type In addition to being special needs educational advisor for families with twice-exceptional children and Contributing Editor to the new publication

    14. (Invisible) Disabilities In The UK
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    A personal support network is made up of individuals who will check with you in an emergency to ensure you are O.K. and to give assistance if needed. This network can consist of friends, roommates, family members, relatives, personal attendants, co-workers and neighbors. Some people rely on personal assistance services (attendants). This type of assistance may not be available after a major quake. Therefore it is vital that your personal support network consist of different people than those who are your personal attendants. If you employ a personal attendant or use the services of a home health agency or other type of in-home service, discuss with these people a plan for what you will do in case of an emergency. How will you get along in an emergency for as long as 7 days? A critical element to consider in your emergency planning is the establishment of a personal support network. Even if you do not use a personal attendant, it is important to consider having a personal support network to assist you in coping with an emergency. Do not depend on any one person.

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    School bus drivers are professionals with Commercial Driver's Licenses (CDLs) who transport special needs students on a variety of routes according to flexible schedules. They operate within safety parameters and carefully observe legal constraints. School bus drivers must meet the following criteria. All drivers will: Be at least 18 years of age. Obtain a physical examination and meet all state and federal rules pertaining to physical ability to drive school buses. Possess a valid school bus driver's license issued by the appropriate State Department of Public Safety or State Department of Motor Vehicles.
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    Special needs school bus drivers are professional drivers with commercial driver's licenses (CDLs) and special additional training and experience. They are responsible for driving the bus safely, transporting special needs students and for maintaining time schedules. Drivers are responsible for safe and orderly student transportation on assigned routes between home and school, between schools, on field trips and during extra-curricular activities. They share responsibility with the bus assistant or bus attendant for the behavior of special needs students while they are on the bus. Driver assigned duties include:
      Full compliance with ALL applicable traffic laws and regulations even when others do not comply. Like the regular drivers, special needs drivers must comply with all traffic laws and regulations.

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