MariaB 1981 Posted September 16, 2016 Report Share Posted September 16, 2016 Hello, I'm a stary-at-home mom who decided to go back to school to finish my bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education at Western Carolina University. I have been assigned to interview a family member of a child that has had been diagnosed with a disability and is recieving treatment/therapy/special education under the age of 6. I don't know anyone who a child with disabilites so that is a challenge for my assignment. If anyone would be so kind to answer my questions, Iwould be forever greatful. 1. What age was the child diagnosed? 2. What was the diagnosis? 3. What type of therapy does the child recieve? 4. What kind of challenges has the child had since therapy has begun? 5. What setbcks has the child had since the therapy? 6. What reaction did the family have to the news about the diagnosis? 7. What is the family's perspective of the special education services? 8. What are the challenges of raising/living with a family member who has been diagnosed with a disability? 9. What changes would you like to see in the special education program? 10. What changes would you like to make to the diagnosis and referrel process? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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