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The Ministry of Education, represented by the Department of Special Education and Talent Development, organized a series of events and activities to celebrate International Day of People with Disabilities, which falls on December 3rd each year, QNA reported. These events included a talk entitled “Educational Services Provided to Students with Disabilities in Education Schools in […]

Upon discovering that his son was musically inclined, Valentin Anaya enrolled the high school student in a music class at Socorro High, only to find that the boy had been marked absent nearly 40 times halfway through the first semester. Valentin “Gogo” Anaya, a junior, is autistic and his father said he did not respond […]

SINGAPORE – If there is one thing Victoria Junior College student Aaron Sim would like to say to other children with severe physical disabilities, it is to lead lives with a positive outlook. This approach helped the 16-year-old, who suffers from limb girdle muscular dystrophy and Asperger’s Syndrome, achieve excellent academic performance during his school […]

November 17, 2021

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Categories: Special needs education

At the meeting During the exchange, the chairman of the Education Sector Union of Ho Chi Minh City, Nguyen Thi Gai, said that one of the greatest challenges for a teacher this time is to reconcile work and family, between traditional teaching methods and innovative methods, individualization teaching . “Silent Roses” is not just a […]

November 16, 2021

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Susan Book knows how bad things can get when a child doesn’t have a stable, trusted special education teacher. Her son Emerson is 11 years old and is autistic. He identifies as a student with a disability. “I attribute autism to its absolutely amazing creative brain,” said Book. “He comes with song parodies and jokes […]

SINGAPORE – Mr. Nirat Singh Rajpal dreamed of inventing headphones for others like him who suffer from hearing loss. When he found out that such headphones already existed, Mr. Nirat founded an organization in Vietnam at the age of 16 to help students with the same disease. The Singaporean, who grew up in Vietnam, has […]

September 1, 2021

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“As well as the reasoning was meant, it was not an approved exception,” he said. “It made us aware of the need to be more consistent in the way we clarified and monitored the mask requirement. If there is any difference this year, it is that the policy is followed as it is written. “ […]

Despite a variety of programs and training courses across the country, persons with disabilities who display “suspicious” behavior and who lack communication and social skills can result in a police officer being able to respond appropriately to and receive calls edit – which can lead to higher rates of excessive violence and incarceration. Over the […]

When we get back to “normal” (whatever that is) after the holidays, it will be a time to think and reflect … Over the 12 days of Christmas I offered 12 thoughts for families with children with special or additional needs, and all of them serve as a useful reminder of some of the things […]

Time and again, people with disabilities have been used as scapegoats by the current political regime to demonstrate benevolence and earn vanity points by evoking feelings of compassion and charity in the larger gullible Indian population. Be it through the spread of stigmatizing terminology like divyangjan, the abrupt decision to award the title on a […]

Image by Gino Crescoli via Pixabay To celebrate the 43 National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, various groups praised the bill that would allow access by Learners with disabilities (LWDs) for education. “Thank you to the Senate Education, Arts and Culture Committee, led by its Chairman, Senator Win Gatchalian, for advocating the rights and well-being […]