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By Charles A. LeMaistre (auth.), Jan van Eys M.D., Ph.D. (eds.)

Probably no subject matters have generated extra workshops, con­ ferences, and lectures in medication and schooling than the chron­ ically sick baby and the mandate of Public legislations 94-142. regardless of the various examinations of those issues there hasn't ever been a significant discussion among doctors and educators with the kid because the concentration. those court cases symbolize this type of certain occasion. The paradigm of the medically unprecedented baby is the kid with melanoma, a baby with a life-threatening affliction, but in addition a toddler with a excessive chance of being cured of this acute illness. one of these medication is bought at a value of past due sequelae of affliction and deal with­ ment alike. there's prejudice in contrast baby. there's overt actual exceptionality. for this reason, the 5th Annual psychological healthiness convention of The collage of Texas method melanoma heart, division of Pediatrics, used to be a stimulus to generate this discussion. while nationally famous giants of their respective fields, The college of Texas procedure melanoma heart and the Houston autonomous university District, tackle an issue, the end result transcends neighborhood obstacle. This convention is going some distance past the matter of the kid with melanoma to house all medically unparalleled kids. the focal point at the wishes and expectancies for the kid makes this workshop common in application.

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I think we also need to consider the idea of the case manager or ombudsman or outside advocate. The crucial aspect of this limited program of reintegration is the perceived reality of the child (10). If the child feels that she can effectively deal with deviance in social intercourse, we are at least on course. The problem is that to know what's going on inside the child, we need to provide each child with someone who will maintain an intimate, open, and honest relationship over a prolonged period of time.

Funds are limited and as a result, districts have difficulty in providing the amounts of related services, which parents might consider optimal services, such as speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, vocational training, and counseling. Teachers and administrators must contend with the ocean of paperwork required to comply with the law. This can take time and energy away from the process of education itself and wear on the enthusiasm of special educators. Schools need to be honest with parents and present a realistic picture of what can and cannot be provided.

1. , 289:819-824,19. , Walker, D. Pediatrics and the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975. Pediatrics, 61 :135-137,1978. Educating all handicapped children: A review of progress and problems. Amicus, 4:67-95,1979. Travis, G. Chronic Illness in Children. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1976, pp. 43-74. Section II THE REALITY Introduction ROSE HICKS Lest we allow ourselves to think that Public Law 94-142 sprung forth from the Federal Government without warning, let me explore the etiology of this and other similar legislation.

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