Resources For Parents Of Special Needs Children

Resources For Parents Of Special Needs Children

Resources  Forparents Of  Special Needs Children -Product No 8

This is  A Resource Guide to different special needs conditions and disorders – we understand there is a huge amount of information about Special Needs Children on the internet.  So why this page?

Before reading anything on the internet about your child's condition, take heed of one experienced mum's warning: "Internet information that is too glib or general can make a terrible time in your life even worse."

Anatomy of a Special Needs Child
18.5% of American Children under 18 are special needs students.[9]That doesn't mean they aren't smart, talented, or capable. Just that they have specific challenges that a "normal" student wouldn't face.

There are four major types of special needs children.

  • Physical-- Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Asthma, Epilepsy, etc.
  • Developmental--Down syndrome, autism, dyslexia, processes disorders.
  • Behavioral/Emotional--ADD, Bipolarism, Oppositional Defiance Disorder
  • Sensory impaired--Blind, visually impaired, deaf, limited hearing.

Within most conditions are enormous spectrums and overlaps with other conditions, so assume that each of the following conditions includes the phrase: "Not necessarily as bad as it sounds on Wikipedia." And as with everything pertaining to health and wellbeing, take Doctor Google with a large pinch of salt (swiftly followed by a tequila).

"Google perisylvian polymicrogyria, like I did eight years ago, and you'll get a woeful description of a child with learning disabilities who can barely walk or speak - not a child who won her class trophy this morning and collected it, grinning, on a pair of crutches." TheCappster

Special education plans offer blue print for students with disabilities
The importance of a child’s experiences in their early formative years can greatly impact their future success in school and beyond. For children with special needs, this can be particularly true. Educators work with parents of children with special needs to ready a child for lifelong learning.

Simple Exercises You Can Do At Home To Help Your Special Child

  • Brain Exercises such as Brain Gym and Super Brain Yoga.
  • Brain Wave Vibration
  • Right Brain Education : please see the quote from the late Prof. Makoto Shichida:

Prof Shichida On Education Of Special Needs Children

  • In his book “The Shichida Method”, the late Professor Makoto Shichida devotes an entire  chapter  to Education for Children with Disabilities.
  • Here are some extracts from the Chapter:
  • “Even a child who is declared by a doctor to need institutionalization for life can turn out to be a smart child, provided he receives an education which emphasizes the right brain. Such cases are not rare in Shichida Academy.”
  • He then goes on to give two cases studies from his files.
  • “Disabled Children Excel in Image Ability. Image education is an education method to save mentally disabled children.  Children with mental handicaps surpass normal children in image ability….”
  • He  has some practical to help parents transform their special needs children into smart ones.

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