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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
I chose A as my answer

  • Child Care -

    This is a silly question, in my opinion. THe only differences with special needs children it a teachers need to adapt activities (as best as possible) to their capabilities, but then, one does that for all children.

    A is the answer, as it is for all children.

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    Thanks

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