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Re: Daisy others: working with kids with special need orchid

Posted by daisym on October 15, 2005, at 20:33:32

In reply to Daisy others: working with kids with special need, posted by orchid on October 14, 2005, at 14:09:33

I think it is great you want to work with kids. Do you mean day-care? Or teaching?

We get our funding from the feds, the state and a lot of begging. Services are free to parents. Most of my staff have master's degrees or are licensed therapists of some sort. We do use volunteers within some of our play groups.

Working with sn kids is hard...and they sometimes die. But when a 2 year finally takes steps towards his mother, it is sooo worth it. I have one little girl who doesn't speak. We helped her learn how to use a touch box. When her dad walked in the room, she touched the box that said, "I love you, dad." He cried. We all cried.

Good luck.




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