Headline, December 10 2020/ ''' '' SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL '' '''


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IN THE WORLD : SAY - THE DEVELOPING WORLD, LEADERS so blessed, ought to articulate and implement policy for Special Needs - where the needs of differently abled children are addressed through the universal laws of compassionate care.

Special schools, inclusion in mainstream schools and institutes for learning and rehabilitative care can be established when policies support the initiation and establishment of such programmes.

AND FOUNDER SAHAR KHAN IS A HUMAN OF very great distinction. Over all these many years that I have known her - she excelled in God given qualities of head and heart and academic excellence.

A Degree from Canada, and Masters from Kings College in Global Health issues, and now at LUMS, Sahar's world is all about kindness, service and selflessness.

It is a great honor to both request and nominate her as the Global Head on The World Students Society for children with ''Special Needs''. She will head both the research and applications.

ONE of the biggest impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic has been on the education of children. Months-long school closures resulting from concerns of virus transmission has affected their learning outside the classroom environment.

Almost a year after the pandemic began, the world around them has not returned to normalcy as the second and third waves of the coronavirus contagion have pushed many communities into lockdowns.

Amidst the chaos, children with learning disabilities and special needs have faced greater challenges than their counterparts who do not fall in the same category. Their learning needs have been hampered by the lack of assistive learning technology and home.

Parents and caregivers are often unable to provide special instructions at home, and these children may be reeling from the effects of drastic change in their routines, that are also affecting their emotional well-being.

In addition, the expense of assistive, custom-designed learning material is a major concern along with the technical challenges that parents face as the children need specialised learning instructions and therapy-based interventions that are difficult to provide in home settings.

It is critical for families to be extra caring, loving and supportive toward children with special needs so that they feel confident, loved and secure.so that they feel confident, loved and secure. Adults and peers must be encouraged to communicate frequently with them.

Healthy interactions foster compassion and care - a show of concern that is needed for all people in these times. In the case of children with special needs, such communication is all the more necessary - especially during lockdowns - as it could alleviate anxiety and stress in those who face disrupted routines.

Children who are used to attending special schools must be confined to their homes with no option but to participate in online schooling which is not suited to their learning needs.

ON THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - MOST LOVINGLY CALLED !WOW! there will always be a sense of greater responsibility attached to parents of children with special needs.

Life will often call upon us and the parents to ''balance the act'', and ensure that the special-needs child and his or her siblings - who maybe self-sufficient in comparison - receive special love and support.

Such groups of parents must receive adequate outside support in order to manage the needs of their family, they must be made to understand the importance of routines and lifestyles that suit the needs of the whole family, while making the necessary adjustments to accommodate the needs of their special -needs child.

BLESSED PARENTS OF ANGELIC CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS require total support and detailed information on techniques to manage their child's routine at home.

Parents should have 100% assurance that their child's doctor, professional caregivers or teacher is available online and can be approached in person should the need arise.

Occasional home visits by professional caregivers and teachers could help both parents and and their special-needs child feel less anxious - Videoconferencing, voice chat, messaging services, etc should also be available.

Health systems must continue to provide services to children with special needs and arrange for special clinics, including mobile clinics to ensure they have access to medical care when required.

Prevention for everyone is key during the pandemic, and students with special needs may need extra attention where following SOP's is concerned in order to ensure that they are protected from the virus.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Students and Children with Special needs, continues. The World Students Society thanks authors Dr. Shelina Bhamani, and Dr. Sidra K Jafri, The Aga Khan University.

With respectful dedication to Mankind, Leaders, Grandparents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society :  wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter -!E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

''' Honors - Honest '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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