Will My Child with Autism Be Accepted in Preschools?
Dr Rajini Sarvananthan, Consultant Developmental Paediatrician | Intan Miranti, Learning and Behaviour Consultant | Nori Abdullah, Parent
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For children with autism, inclusive learning starts in the formative years, so that they are given equal opportunities to learn, play and develop their potential. But many children with autism still face challenges when it comes to getting accepted into, as well as being accepted and embraced in, preschools. This Autism Acceptance Month, we look at what inclusivity really means in early childhood education.
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