About Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
A Special Educational Needs and Disabilities to have special educational needs if they can’t learn as quickly or as easily as other children their age. This might be because they have a mental or physical illness, condition, or disability that affects their learning. Their family might get help and advice from teachers, special education professionals or voluntary organisations.
There are many different types of disabilities and conditions that can have an impact on your child’s ability to learn. They could be physical, sensory or social and emotional. If you think your child may have special educational needs, speak to their teacher or school nurse. They will arrange for your child to be assessed and then create an Individualised Education Plan (IEP).
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It’s important to remember that your child is still a normal kid and they should have the same opportunities as their peers. This includes taking risks, trying new things, and having friends.
We want a world where people of all abilities can fully take part in every aspect of life. That’s why we invest in special education, which teaches students to live the way they want and to be independent.
Schools adapt national guidelines to design an individualized plan for kids who qualify for special education services. The goal is for kids to learn in a regular classroom with other kids, in a special education classroom, or under a unique arrangement, such as smaller group instruction or instruction through assistive technology (AT) devices.