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Re: Daisy others: working with kids with special need

Posted by happyflower on October 14, 2005, at 21:57:32

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

Hi Orchid,
I am glad you are thinking about helping others, that is very nice and a way to make yourself feel good too.
I do know working with special needs kids takes a ton of patience. Heck, working with normal kids talkes a ton of patience. Usually these kids need a lot of care, sometimes physical care. 5-10 kids are a lot if they are not special needs. I would think more like 1 or 2 would be appropriate. Just some advice from a parent though, if you don't have experience with kids like this, I wouldn't probably hire you to work with my kids if they were special needs. This is a very specialize area that needs experience to work in. Maybe you could check out a school or a center to gain some experience first. Good luck! I hope you find something to fill your heart! :)




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