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Socialization of Children with Disabilities. Edition No. 1 Product Image

Socialization of Children with Disabilities. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1895633
  • July 2010
  • 88 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

Today, being different is something that all people are afraid of. People want to have an easy and comfortable life,without difficulties and stress. Through this project, I tried to find out how to include children with Down syndrome in everyday society and help them to have a regular life like everyone else. Furthermore,I wanted to determine what has been done in this regard so far, what the plans for the future are and does the mainstreaming process helps a child in developing his or her potential. Furthermore, my goal was to point out the problem that children with disabilities are being faced with and wake up all of us in order to do something for them and give the children the opportunity to show who they are and decide who they want to be.

Reanna, Brajkovic.
Since I was a little girl, I always followed my dreams.I was a happy child having everything ever wanted. However, besides great family and friends, I possess even more: a lot of different opportunities and independence. There are children who are not having the same chances as I do, but I strongly believe that this situation could be changed.

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