Vasiliki Ioannidi, Markos Karvelas


The purpose of this paper is a co-education framework for teachers and educators, parents and health professionals, through accessible educational materials principles and guidelines as good inclusion practices, based on the clinical and learning characteristics of children with disabilities. The paper shows how concepts informed actions and combines theory and practice through key points.


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