Inclusion goals for people with special needs

Here are some of the goals of inclusion for people with special needs:[1]

  • Ethical and social goals: It is one of the basic goals of the idea of ​​integrating people with special needs, as it stems from the idea and reality that isolating them from individuals and society in private kindergartens or institutions greatly affects their psyche and thus their resentment and hatred for society, but their integration leads to making them live a life completely similar to their peers in society. .
  • Educational objectives: It is to integrate them into regular educational institutions, which leads to an increase in their educational and professional achievement.

Types of integration for people with special needs

The program for integrating people with special needs includes several types, namely:[2]

  • Spatial integration: This type of integration means the partnership of private educational institutions with public educational schools in school construction, where each institution is unique in its educational cadres and programs, and there may be only one administration.
  • Academic Integration: It means integrating people with special needs with ordinary people so that they are in one school and in one classroom and study the same curricula.
  • Social inclusion: It means the inclusion of people with special needs by involving them in school and social activities, trips and other matters.
  • Community Integration: It means integrating people with special needs with matters related to society, such as activities and events, with the aim of making them effective members of society and ensuring their freedom of movement and independence.
  • Partial integration: It means the integration of people with special needs with ordinary people in one or more academic subjects.

Pros of inclusion for people with special needs

Here are some of the positives from the inclusion process for people with special needs:[3]

  • Reducing the social and psychological differences between people with special needs and ordinary people.
  • Reducing their reliance on cues as a means of communicating with others.
  • Improve their levels of perception and reduce dependence on others.
  • Helping to increase their acceptance of others as an integral part of society.
  • Helping them accept their situations and realize their potential.

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  1. ↑ Somaya Mansour, Raja Awad (2012), “A proposed conception for the development of a system for integrating children with special needs into kindergarten in Syria in light of the experience of some countries”, Damascus University Journal, No. 1, Volume 28, p. 313,314. act.
  2. ↑ Suhail Al-Halfawi, Integration and Education of People with Special Needs, p. 11,10. act.
  3. ↑ Intisar Jawad (2013), Integrating People with Special Needs into Society, Baghdad: Technical Education Commission/Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, p. 11. Adapted.

Inclusion goals for people with special needs

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