Accomodating emotionally impaired
--Students with impairments that substaintally limit a major life activity can qualify as disabled (learning and social development deficits too).Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA): --Schools must meet the needs of children with psychiatric problems.Modification: an adjustment to an assignment that a special needs child is not expected to complete at a normal level.Whether you already know, or just believe your child may have special medical needs, finding the proper medical professionals greatly enhances your ability to take care of your children.1.)Physical-- Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Asthma, Epilepsy, etc.2.) Developmental--Down syndrome, autism, dyslexia, processing disorders.3.) Work with school personel to make accomodations.a.) Substitute another activity for recess on high pollen count days.
Quality of service: Perhaps the most important criterion.
18.5% of American Children under 18 are special needs students.That doesn't mean they aren't smart, talented, or capable.
Just that they have specific challanges that a "normal" student wouldn't face.
a.) Other health impaired (according to Federal regulation) includes children who have "limited strength, vitality, or alertness, including to environmental stimuli." Tips: 1.) Explain to children what they are allergic to.
2.) Alert school personel as to the conditions and provide medicines.