Early Intervention In Education

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John noted that “Research shows that students whose parents are involved in their education are more likely to have positive health and education outcomes than those whose parents are not involved. Parents, schools, and communities all need to work together to create an environment that facilitates the healthy development of children and adolescents”. (John Hopkins 2007) Early Intervention is designed to help children with disabilities, be part of a classroom that has a nature environment, treated fairly, to support learning experience in a modify way, in order to receive the same social experiences as his/her peers. The assessments that take place are to determine if a child needs Early Intervention, help find strategies to support the
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