Special Needs Kids

What do we mean when we say "kids with special needs"? This means any child who might need extra help because of a medical, emotional, physically and mentally or other learning problem. These children have special needs because they might need medicine, therapy, or extra help in school — stuff other kids don't typically need or only need once in a while. 

Kids who have an illness, such as epilepsy, autism, diabetes, cerebral palsy or cancer, would have special needs, too. They might need medicine or other help as they go about their daily activities. Kids with sight problems might need Braille books to read. Children with hearing or speech problems have special needs too. A child who has hearing trouble might need hearing aids to hear and speech training, too, since it can be hard to say words correctly when you can't hear very well. Children with learning problems often have special needs. Children with Down Syndrome might go to a regular school and might even be in your class. But they have special needs when it comes to learning, so an aide (someone to help) might come with them to class. 

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