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Homework Help: childcare

Posted by Heather on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 9:54am.

When working with special needs/learning disabled children, caregivers should
A. provide positive role models for them.
B. ignore their disabilities.
C. try to do as much as possible for them.
D. instruct other children to disregard them.

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