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Understanding the differing values in families from different cultures and the desire to find a meeting place between cultures for the benefit of the child.
cultural reciprocity
The attitudes, values, customs, and language that form an identifable pattern or hertiage.
culture
A view of exceptionality that examines the individual in complex interaction with environment forces & believes that exceptionalities should be remediated by modifying elements in the environment to allow more constructive interactions between the individual and the environment.
ecological model
A child who differs from the norm in mental characteristics, sensory abilities, communication ablities, social behavior, or physical characteristics to the extent that special education services are required for the child to develop to maximum capacity.
exceptional child
A model of family dynamics that empowers families to take the lead in determining what is best for their child. This is done through support that focuses on the strengths of the child and family.
family-centered model
Helping parents become more autonomous and less dependent on professionals.
family-focused approach
A major variaton in the abilities or development of a single child
intraindividual difference
A view of exceptionality that implies a physical condition or disease within the patient.
medical model
The expectation that parents will play a major role in decisions about their child's care.
parent empowerment
A condition where children are unable to put themselves in the place of others in order to understand what they are feeling or thinking. This inability leads to predictable social problems.
theory of mind