Assisting Children With Special Needs – An Irish Perspective

by Eilis Flood


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Genre:Fiction / Third Level Reading



A comprehensive yet uncomplicated guide providing information on a wide range of special needs, associated legislation and supports, together with key elements of good practice, in an Irish context for NFQ Levels 5 and 6.New to this edition:Accessibility auditing, which forms a major part of the Children with Additional Needs moduleAdditional special needs, such as diabetes in children, which is part of new modulesChild protection information based on the new Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of ChildrenA chapter specifically on the effective special needs practitionerThe concept and principles of behaviour managementA section on planning for children with special needs (IEPs).Outlines the historical and legislative perspectives of special needs in Ireland detailing key pieces of Irish legislation and their implications for children with special needs, their families and those working with them.Introduces a range of special needs conditions, detailing their causes, diagnoses and prognoses, as well as providing a case study for each to ground theory in real life situations.Details and positions the role of the special needs assistant in relation to other stakeholders, i.e. family, teachers and other professionalsProvides information on resources, services and facilities available in Ireland to children with special needs.Written For:Level 5 Children with Additional Needs (5N2396)Level 5 Special Needs Assisting (5N1786)Level 5 Understanding Special Needs (5N1709)Level 6 Special Needs Assisting (6N1957)as awarded by QQI

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Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 5 cm