Special Needs Children


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A special needs child is a youth who has been determined to require special attention and specific necessities that other children do not. The state may declare this status for the purpose of. Special needs are commonly defined by what a child can’t do—milestones unmet, foods banned, activities avoided, or experiences denied.

These hindrances can hit families hard and may make special needs seem like a tragic. Special Needs Children. Raising and working with kids who have special needs requires daily patience and commitment. Learn about common challenges and concerns and find support. Pin.

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These kids have special needs because they might need medicine, therapy, or extra help in school — stuff other kids don’t typically need or only need once in a while. Maybe you know of kids in your school who need a wheelchair. Children with special needs may have been born with a syndrome, terminal illness, profound cognitive impairment, or serious psychiatric problems. Other children may have special needs that involve. In clinical diagnostic and functional development, the term Special needs (or additional needs) describes individuals who require assistance for disabilities that may be medical, mental, or psychological.

Guidelines for clinical diagnosis are given in both the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and the International Classification of Diseases 9th edition. Special needs can range from people with autism, Asperger syndrome, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, dyslexia, dyspraxia, blindness, deafnes. 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. There are four major types of special needs children.

1.)PhysicalMuscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Asthma, Epilepsy, etc. Special needs child care providers are specialized caregivers that are generally trained to help children with a variety of physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional needs. Many are well-versed in. SSI for a special needs child can be a lifeline that keeps the family out of poverty.

Not every child qualifies, and SSI is geared toward disadvantaged families, so there are income limits. SpecialKids.Company offer a range of adaptive clothing and accessories designed for children with special needs. We are passionate about creating sensory clothing and accessories such as wheelchair covers and chewies, that can enhance your child’s social skills by addressing their unique needs.

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If a child has an identified disability that qualifies for special education services, the child will have an IEP.

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from Inclusive Physical Activity: Promoting Health for a Lifetime
by Susan L. Kasser, Rebecca K. Lytle
Human Kinetics, 2013

Once this evaluation process is complete, and it is determined that the child is eligible for special education services, an Individualized Education Program (IEP) must be written to meet the needs of the child.

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from Professional Communication in Speech-Language Pathology: How to Write, Talk, and Act Like a Clinician, Third Edition
by A. Embry Burrus, Laura B. Willis
Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2016

Children who qualify for services must have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) created and agreed on by the special education team and the child’s primary caregivers.

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from Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation E-Book
by Randall L. Braddom
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Special needs children increasingly are being place in mainstream schools of which there are 603.

“Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals” by Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
from Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals
by Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
Wiley, 2007

The term special needs has been around for a long time in the delivery of social and educational services for children and adults.

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by Joseph E. Pizzorno, Michael T. Murray
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

The parents, educational right’s holders (such as a foster parent or guardian), or adult student will either give consent to the entirety of the IEP or parts of the IEP or may decline the IEP and special education placement.

“Clinical Methods and Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology” by M.N. Hegde, Katrina Kuyujian
from Clinical Methods and Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology
by M.N. Hegde, Katrina Kuyujian
Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2019

We identify children as needing special help in their early days of schooling, segregate them into special classrooms or special groups, and label them as reading disabled, emotionally impaired, or hyperactive.

“Learning Gap: Why Our Schools Are Failing And What We Can Learn From Japanese And Chinese Educ” by Harold Stevenson, James W. Stigler
from Learning Gap: Why Our Schools Are Failing And What We Can Learn From Japanese And Chinese Educ
by Harold Stevenson, James W. Stigler
Simon & Schuster, 1994

Special needs children are put on different lists for different agencies.

“Choosing to SEE: A Journey of Struggle and Hope” by Mary Beth Chapman, Ellen Vaughn, Steven Chapman
from Choosing to SEE: A Journey of Struggle and Hope
by Mary Beth Chapman, Ellen Vaughn, Steven Chapman
Baker Publishing Group, 2010

On the other hand, when a child is found to be eligible for special education services, the IEP should detail the specific nature of the recommended educational placements, accommodations, modifications, and related services, following the principle of LRE.

“Social Work Practice with Children, Fourth Edition” by Nancy Boyd Webb, Luis H. Zayas
from Social Work Practice with Children, Fourth Edition
by Nancy Boyd Webb, Luis H. Zayas
Guilford Publications, 2019

For some children with more complex impairments, placement in special classes or even in a special school serving only children with disabilities may be considered; however, the law strongly disfavors these sorts of noninclusive placements.

“Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees: Legal Issues, Clinical Skills and Advocacy” by Elaine P. Congress, DSW, Mr. Fernando Chang-Muy, JD
from Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees: Legal Issues, Clinical Skills and Advocacy
by Elaine P. Congress, DSW, Mr. Fernando Chang-Muy, JD
Springer Publishing Company, 2008

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  • yes you can definitely teach a disabled child to behave though it is more difficult I know this from my own experience growing up with visual impairment and Aspbergrs syndrome plus migraine headaches sometimes so severe that even the sound of a compressor in an air conditioner can be excruciating

  • Interesting that it’s two different fathers but still same diagnosis. The wonderful world of genetics. There is a difference between an autism melt down and poor behavior! They need to be taught acceptable behavior and boundaries to enable them to have more access to everything the world offers.

  • They are disabled but they still need stimulation and interaction.

    Just because someone is clean and feed, doesn’t mean they are living well.

  • Listen it is not my place to get political, but this is YouTube… we all have opinions. Mexico is amazing It is filled with culture and past and is lucky to say that its history is not based solely on fighting wars for lands. Mexico is very rich in fauna and flora and minerals(like lithium). California was “gold-rich” Mexican land, however, naive Mexican government gifted those lands to “Americans” in order to end the war. Anyway, back on track, Mexico IS NOT rich monetary wise, sure, it COULD be, but it is not. We can thank political parties like PRI and PAN for poor administration with countless of corrupt governors. They have stripped Mexican people off their heritage and have failed to educate citizens on their rights in order to make them easily manipulated. Us Mexicans can’t do anything to the government for a change, OUR VOTES DON’T COUNT ANYMORE! All it takes is a few Million Pesos bribe to the Nacional Electoral Institute (which is supposed to be a “non-government” agency). It all boils down to the fact that we had idiot presidents like: “Salinas de Gortari”, “Vicente Fox”, “Felipe Calderon”, and “Enrique Peña Nieto” who only sought their personal benefits even if it was at cost of the Mexican people’s well-being. I understand that what is in the video IS wrong and immoral, but they work with all they have. It is either that or they are on the streets. All, again, because of poverty rates that are SKY-HIGH caused by selfish presidents who sold lands and put the money on their personal bank accounts. It is only the few orphanages, that can’t afford to upgrade with better infrastructure and better training for the nurses, that supply these types of conditions. I am not defending them, I am only explaining WHY you are seeing what you are seeing before you label Mexico as INDECENT. In addition, it is not my place to tell “Americans” how to run their country when mine is not perfect, but instead of pointing out the poor infrastructure of Mexican orphanages, go and try to fix “America’s” homelessness, hunger and healthcare. We would fix OUR issues, but we don’t have your $718 Billion Dollar budget for the military. Why is the world not exposed to “America’s” problems? When I watch Hollywood movies with Mexico as a scene, Mexico is portrayed as deserted-land with cacti everywhere and Narcos killing themselves. I don’t mean to start a pointless Twitter-like fight with anyone; after all, I am just a 15 year old boy who is seeing his country being traduced by societies that don’t know the reason behind what they are talking about. Sorry if I offend anyone, you can reply your hate comment… that is what social media cites are about��

  • This video about special needs children dancing and having a good time really touches my heart I have been disabled since birth and didn’t get any of those chances as a child children that were born in the 60s 70s didn’t get the chances that children get today I hope that other people are inspired by what do you kids can do adults have the same requirements in life that are disabled of any kind I think if we give more and open our hearts more to acceptance then maybe to bullying and a hurting of others. Keep these videos going share it with the world show the world that special needs people are just as good as the normal human race we all have something to give in this world if we don’t start giving no one is going to learn anyting we need to learn acceptance

  • The Mexican government takes my people’s money just to buy luxury shit for them but look how does niños are living it fucking hurts me so fucking much I’m Mexican and I came to the us to have a better life and I wish I could help those kids��

  • Jesus would loved the children! Why don’t we follow such a kind man’s advice? �� I love my 6 year old cousin to death she gives me and my family so much joy just being there:( and people treat people with disablitys like this?

  • I have a lifelong disability. And this absolutely breaks my heart ����. No child deserves to be locked in cages especially if they’re disabled. ��

  • What a sad case of ppl simply not giving a shit, there’s enough money in this world and enough food and water and recourses for every human being to live a comfortable life, I thank myself lucky I am from England we get free medical treatment, free dentists, free houses to live in and free money when your unemployed, it’s a real shame that everyone can’t come together and unite the world never mind skin color, religion, nationality, beliefs and people can call me a sad basterd for thinking this way but for our planet to still be going for 2019 years with humanity on it something has been done right and it can’t of always been this way with hate

  • When you let someone live in a crib they stop growing same as with goldfish �� I seen 25 year old men small like toddler because they live in crib all their life

  • I think its to much to leave disabled kids in there? Why in a cage and having only one hour to play. Theres nothing wrong with them they don’t need a cage with a lock on it.

  • Everyone is talking about the cages, but did everyone see the way they tied that kids hands from the ceiling rafters and make him walk on the treadmill? This is gutwrentching. People need to help and not just pray for them

  • I’ve seen many emotional people taking care of disabled people because of “god” but honestly if I were born disabled I’d rather have people put me down then live everyday like a vegetable.

  • As a brother of a severely autistic brother who can’t speak nor do almost any regular day activity, this pains me:( I’ve shed hours of tears imagining how he could’ve ended up in there (my mother is an immigrant from Mexico) and how he would be treated. He is an absolute angel who wouldn’t hurt a soul. Who disgraceful

  • Que desmadre! Nothing like that here where I live, disabled children live at homebu Mexico City used to be one of the largest cities in the worldso I’m not surprised to see that mess

  • One thing is being poor and another is being lazy and not maintaining that place clean for the good of the kids �������� seriously there is no justification for that place to be dirty unacceptable!!! Poor kids ��������������

  • I hope the government does something or America should! Also these people since they have a hard time in their countries as it is they should get free training but also resources constantly, year round. There should be some type of system to make sure the most vulnerable, under served and poor of any nation has basic needs that are fully secure! Shelter, proper educated guardians, medical attention, Human rights, supervision not imprisonment, food and water, education. Humanity…. networking, jobs to get these people from point A and B…

  • I’m just wondering those people who are demanding for equality when it comes to gender, wages and whatsoever. Have you ever think that those things you problem are so little compared to the problem of these people have.. Have you ever realized that you are more blessed than them yet you are still complaining and want more.

  • This is no different to a prison. These kids are innocent and has not committed any crimes. Why are they treated like this? Horrible horrible

  • oh my god those precious babies. this makes me livid and god damn sick!!!! that little girl in red ugh I’d take her in a minute. please make sterilization free to women who want it please. Imagine how many children wouldn’t be suffering if these moms had that option before rape or abusive relationships or struggling with addiction or poverty or even just knowing parenthood is not for you.

  • I’m disabled I remember being a child and growing up there was never this much support. I’m so grateful it has finally started happeneing and is making a difference in lives directly and indirectly.
    Much Love ❤����������

  • Thank you �� David for being the eyes �� and �� for kids who can’t speak for themselves. And showing the �� that there’s places like this that being ignored and time to take actions. God bless this children’s.

  • Appalling. Only positive is, aside from that one room, it’s damn clean. I’ve seen filthier bedding in state hospitals. I actually worked at a state hospital that took the clothes off the disabled elderly and let them lay in bed naked w a “potty” pad underneath their bottom. This way staff didn’t have to change so many diapers and clothes. They’ed just deficate and urinate on the paper pad and lay in it. Staff would use wet wipes, clean them up, throw away the pad and cover them w a new sheet. Patients would hate it and roll in their poop smearing it all over and sometimes wiping it on the walls. The patients HAD to be cold and miserable. They had to feel so exposed laying completely naked on a wet poopy pad w only a cheap sheet to cover them.

  • My nephew has autism such a beautiful kid dosent use his ears but im sure all 7yo kids dont listen he dosent have a dinner time because he only eats when he is hungry and lets my sister know by taking her to the kitchen and sits himself on the table ❤

  • Honestly though what do they expect you to do with these kids? They can’t go outside and play they don’t have the caregivers to take each kid on individually everyday. Not to mention let’s not forget that these kids have no clue what the hell is going on around them half the time if anybody has studied disabilities and you would know that sometimes when they smile or laugh it’s a reaction the body does they have no clue what the hell they’re doing! I used to think it was once a bulshit too but when I actually studied it medically and all the psychology and anatomy of it it actually does make a lot of sense. This is an orphanage it’s not a therapy center or Hospital. The guy that run for disability rights International is a freaking twat, he thinks all these kids to be going outside and playing and enjoying the weather when they have no clue what the hell’s going on around them and no I’m not saying that means treat them like shit cuz they don’t know better but realistically what’s the purpose if they have no clue what’s going on?

    I’m so sick of this group walking into people’s countries like they have a right and start flopping around telling people what the hell to do all their laws need to be changed how this needs to be changed and that needs to be changed when in all reality we have no business over there telling them what to do with their kids! He needs to get a life and mind his own business. If you so concerned maybe should open up his own orphanage or Care Center.

  • I understand having a disability. However, there should always be discipline. A disability DOESN’T mean that they can’t be taught right from wrong. Yes, it may be more difficult but it CAN BE DONE.

  • the only funny part is that im mexican and when he asked the girl what her name was and she ran off then the reporter turned back somehow disapointed xdxd

  • Mostly Americans stay in bed all day nobody cares about us, if you close these housing facilities you could be indirectly murdering them.

  • those children are locked up. they arent regular children, they are different. that doesnt mean they deserve to be locked up. they’re not animals, and you cant treat them like that. thats torture to those children and they didnt even do anything.

  • it hurts to know that just because these kids have a disability and/or difference unlike a lot of us, that they deserve to be treated like animals. they’re not animals, children and people of all ages with a disability or special needs are some of the nicest people in our world. and yet they don’t get treated the way they treat us:(

  • When I see this, theses days, are days of the Coronavirus, and I wonder how they are living, now this is more dangerous then ever, hopefully they are ok, loved and cared for.

  • Omg, we need to help them. Us, America. We need to help them. We need to! I don’t care about anything anymore! Save those children please! I have two disability brothers and I can’t imagine…

  • I love disabled/special people so much, they are too good for this world, they are too pure, they are the light in this world. I am so sorry for how these people are treated. It will never make sense to me. So sad.

  • Wonderful. Totally inspiring. SN children are up against the odds in life. These children show us just how much they deserve programmes in which they can shine.

  • Thank you for making a good video.

    I think disabled people and communities should be together.

    I want you to take a look at the example of Incheon, Korea in the video below.