What are the special concerns for children with lissencephaly?

Answer Due to developmental disability, children with lissencephaly who survive beyond the age of two may benefit from special education programs

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What are the special concerns for those with myopathy?

The special concerns of serious complications for those with myopathy include cardiomyopathy, affected breathing muscles, and affected swallowing muscles.

Concerns of those with special needs?

Should children with special needs be taught alongside children who do not have special needs?

Why? Why would you do that to the special needs child who obviously needs special attention? The extra attention will make other around him or her resentful. The child who obviously doesn't fit in ... Read More »

What is developmentally appropriate practices as they apply to preschool children including children with special needs?

With understanding. If this person is important to you, you might discuss it with them, or with a professional who could give you some insight into ways to handle your friend's swings.