Disability Access -The School Years
Answers for Tribal Members with Disabilities & Their Families
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Disability Access: The School Years
For nearly every parent, a child's first day of school brings butterflies that come back a little each year. Sometimes the first day brings just a little nervousness, especially if your child has been doing well.
Will this year be as good as last?
What kind of teacher will she have? Will she learn about computers or other things we might not be able to teach her at home?
For many parents of children with disabilities, each year brings anxiety and worse as they try to show teachers their children as they see them. The following is from the mother of a child with autism.
"At the time of the writing of this article, our son was 14 years old and in 9th grade.
Welcome to the school years. We hope to help. Click on the arrow below to begin your introduction to special education.
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