A mother shares insights into the importance of life-long learning for children with developmental disability. She discusses the importance of family-centered early intervention and respite services, as well as a community that encourages participation of all members. Parents and teachers should encourage children with disability to dream and set goals, as high expectations lead to successful life-long inclusion.
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What do you want to be when you grow up? The importance of life-long learning
Alberta Association of Community Living (AACL) Connections, vol. 6,issue 2, p3-6
20 May 2005
Attitudes, Inclusion, Integration, Self Determination