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What options do schools provide for special needs?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Usually many

Parents of children with special needs have been quite successful in the past to get school systems to accomodate those needs: mobility, vision, hearing, disruptive behavior, autism, etc.
As budgets are tightening and the economy suffers, these programs are frequently in line to be lessened or eliminated.

In brief: Usually many

Parents of children with special needs have been quite successful in the past to get school systems to accomodate those needs: mobility, vision, hearing, disruptive behavior, autism, etc.
As budgets are tightening and the economy suffers, these programs are frequently in line to be lessened or eliminated.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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