One such act is the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
Some seem to judging from the number of places of worship that exist and are still being built. ANSWER: It depends on whom you worship. If you are going to wo…rship Britney Spears, or Micheal Jackson I would prefer you do so in the comfort of your own home, but these idols do have special places where you can pay lot's of money to go and worship them, such as stadiums and arenas and places like that. If you worship yourself, I'd prefer you do that in the bathroom in front of the mirror but they do have special places where you can lie on a couch and tell you priest...uh, psychologist or psychiatrist all about your problems with being you and how wonderful it really is being you, and then talk a little bit more about everything you. Another View Point Most, not all, organised religions have a place of worship. This does not exclude the members of the religion from directly petitioning their God in such form as prayer, which can be and is practiced anywhere and everywhere. Most of these religions teach that there should be an intermediator between the God and the faithful. This is a priest, minister, vicar, elder, rabbi, etc. and although weekly (or such) worship is usually held in their appropriate house of worship, there are times and circumstances which do not require you (or them) being in that house of worship. In other faith, the place of worship is anywhere the practitioner is. So of these practitioners create their sacred space as they need it.
Turner's Syndrome only occurs in females. Symptoms of a girl with Turner syndrome include: short staturewebbed skin of the neckabnormal eye features (drooping eyelids)abnormal… bone development, such as a "shield-shaped," broad flat chestabsent or retarded development of secondary sexual characteristics that normally appear at puberty, including sparse pubic hair and small breastscoarctation (narrowing) of the aortabicuspid aortic valveinfertilitydry eyesabsence of menstruation
This is a very good question! As a person with special needs myself I can tell you that it is very difficult. I was born with Touretts Syndrome, have been on the TS board of d…irectors, and counseled many people on this subject. The first thing I would recommend is to see if there is some association in your area that fits your special needs. If there is one go to their group meetings and meet people like yourself. There will be leaders there that have more answers to your questions then any doctor or professional. I have so many ideas for you that I would need to know more in order to refine my answers. Feel free to post questions on my board.
any kind of abuse such as physical, emotional,mental or just simply taking advantage of a person who doesn't have the knowledge,almost like getting someone drunk to have sex w…ith you,because the person is not in their full senses,or anything offensive, gosh, it really depends on what way you look at it,but to me i would find horrible any little thing that is meant to bother, hurt the person with special needs,sometimes i wonder what if all those mean people had kids with special disabilities,how would they like it for me to be a big meanie to their child,and i hope you are not asking because you did something mean and people please don't make fun of people with mental disabilities, because the have feelings too!♥
include athletes, infants, and people who are ill
Among some debate, "special-needs people" will have some awareness they are different and may have some intellectual reference to their categorization depending on their psych…ological state and ability.
Well it depends on the disability is, they vary a lot and sometimes the best way is to talk is treat them normally because they are more likely to respond to this. however yo…u have to take into considerations other communication skills like eye contact and the pace of you voice this is because they are more important then the ways to communicate. Those with autism cannot stand eye contact because they think it is an invasion of space therefore you have to keep this limited on the other hand those who have cognitive impairment find eye contact is very useful because it allows for them to engage better.
Those people with a medical health problem that requires a special diet be prescribed.
IT can provide services (speech, enlarged font, speech to text) that would otherwise not be available.
Cause they do ok
You need the same qualifications as you would to look after children without special needs. The main thing you need for this type of work is a big heart, understanding, empath…y, and patience. Experience is always a good thing to have, as some of these children's needs are very complex and need someone with a sound understanding of the need. If you undertake a basic childcare qualification, chances are you will have to do placements anyway. Usually one of these would be a special needs placement. If not, you can do voluntary work at a disability centre, or within an out of school setting.
U can become friends with a special needs kid. If you don't have a unsmart sounding answer, edit this please!
they started the special olympics so that they can help people an make sure every body was treated with the same respect
Which dog is best for a special needs person depends on the person. Labradors and Gold Retrievers can be gentle and affectionate dogs.