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Who are called Deprived Children?

A deprived child is one who is

  1. Who is not under the shelter of parental care, love, and deprived of ethics, character and morale due to lack of education or love.
  2. Is given care by violating law and rules.
  3. Unaccepted by real parents or guardians.
  4. Deprived of love and care of a parent, guardian or custodian.

Physically handicapped children – Crippled children

Crippled children are those unfortunate children who lose their body part/s due to accidental reasons. Causes for this disability may be:

  1. Born defect
  2. Accident
  3. Some disease

Such children should be raised as other normal children only.

Their needs

  1. Parents and society should show sympathetic behavior towards such children and shower love on them.
  2. Such children should be given an environment in which they find themselves at par with other normal children. It is a big role on part of teachers and parents to provide such environment to such children.
  3. Their development should be in such a manner that they can… (39 more words) …

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Goal of inclusive education

  • Recognizing Education for all children as a fundamental right.
  • To make sure that disabled children understand and recognize their need for education and also get convinced that it is their right.

Such environment will be provided to them which may ensure developing their learning capabilities and growth and development of hard skills as well as soft ones. The main objectives for doing this are

  • to ensure that no child is denied admission in any school.
  • to ensure that no child is denied admission in any school or Aanganwadi on the basis of their disability.
  • to ensure that disabled persons get… (89 more words) …

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