How to Advocate for Special Needs Children?

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There are many jobs working with special needs children. Among these include special education teacher, counselor, therapist and caretakers. A special education teacher may be an early childhood teacher or early intervention specialist. Therapists on the other hand include music therapists, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Caretakers would include doctors and nurses specializing in special needs children.
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Teachers can also pursue a part-time career tutoring after school hours. Teachers spend their work days dedicated to working with children. A teacher's job is to educate the future
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Instead of leaving money directly to your loved one in your will, you set up a special needs trust. You name a trustee who will be responsible for administering the trust property
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My son has a Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist, and an ABA therapist. Occupational therapy is to help them learn how to do things like feed themselves with a fork, dress themselves
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Some qualities would include a love for children. This will also take good communication skills (even on a child's level) dedication, a lot of penitence, perseverance, and the willingness
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