First Published in 2005. This is a guide to help teachers successfully include children with physical disabilities in mainstream classrooms. The book looks at: planning for inclusion; understanding different kinds of physical disabilities; managing teachers' and parents' expectations; organising the classroom; liaising with other professionals and considering the emotional and social aspects of inclusion. Early years and primary teachers, SENCOs, teaching assistants, parents of children with a physical disability and other education professionals should find it helpful and informative.
About the Author
Mark Fox has been working as an educational psychologist with families of children with special educational needs for the last 25 years. He has worked for LEAs, the NHS and Scope.