Inclusion And Restrictive Environment Analysis

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There are many services provided to young children and families that have a developmental delay or a disability. In this assignment I will go over what LRE, Inclusion, home-based programs and center-based programs and how they relate to young children with a disability. LRE (least restrictive environment) is a allows young children with special needs to be educated in settings as close as possible to a regular or general education environment. The goal for LRE is to prevent segregation. All students have the right to work together unless a student situation prevents them from being in a general education classroom. LRE protects preschoolers and school age population. LRE allows the child to get placed based on their educational needs and not their disability. Inclusion is integrating a child with disabilities or developmental delay into educational programs who serves developing children. Inclusion is available to any child that needs inclusion based on what that child needs according to the school staff and parents. This allows the child to have proper education based on the need of the child. Professional’s and families must carefully evaluate the child …show more content…
Some children have a harder time to communicate due to numerous reasons that delay their speech. For this reason, I would integrate AAC systems in my classroom for a child who cannot communicate verbally. I would introduce basic ASL (American Sign Language), use pictures for queues and/or electronic communication boards that display communicative messages in form of writing, pictures, lines and letters. From experience I find pictures with basic sign helps children and teachers communicate. If a child can not express what they are trying to say they can point to a picture or use hand gestures. There is no wrong or right way to communicate. Each child is different therefor what is best for the child and the way they can communicate best to their peers and

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