Cyp37 Outcome 3

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CYP37 Outcome 3 3.1 Disabled children and young people are not just those that you can clearly see are disabled, like suffers from cerebral palsy or downs syndrome. It also covers those disabilities that you cannot recognise straight away like dyslexia or autism. This can mean that it can be quite difficult to diagnose the child and determined what amount of support is needed and at what level. It is commonly known that the earlier the diagnoses the less impact and effect it has on the child and their families. Therefore I am always active to look for signs of disability and to try where possible to lessen these so that the child has an equal opportunity to education. Children who have disabilities are often teased, tormented and bullied by other children. It is through that this is because people are not educated enough and do not understand what disability is and what it involves. A lot of the time when looking at a person with a disability, society see’s the disability first and the person second, when in actual fact people with disabilities are still human beings and so the person should come first and the disability just be thought about as part of this person. Children with disabilities quite often find that they cannot participate in lots of activities which other children of the same age can. This is usually because their disability will not allow them to participate. This often leaves the child feeling excluded from society and can leave the child feeling lonely, isolated and may mean that they become anti-social because they fill like they don’t fit in with society. Lots of children who suffer SEN will have some level of SLC needs also. This can mean that the child is left with the same feelings of exclusion, isolation and loneliness. There are four main areas of disability which are sensory impairment, learning difficulties, physical impairments and
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