INCLUSION AND HEALTH: LEARNING SKILLS IN YOUNG WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES - BASIC TOPICS

Vasiliki Ioannidi, Markos Karvelas

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This paper describes good practices for learning skills and educational empowerment of children and persons with physical disabilities in an interdisciplinary framework of education, cooperation and health care. Also, the family has an important role to play in supporting the child to integrate equally into society. The purpose of this work is to highlight through a brief literature review pedagogical ways and didactic techniques of inclusive education for young with physical disabilities in school and in the community.

 

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inclusion, physical disabilities, good practices, skills, pedagogical rehabilitation, educational empowerment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejphs.v5i1.116

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