Being educated in mainstream school hugely benefits children with special needs

In Child Education | on August, 18, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Irish Independent:

Linda Daly

Published 18/08/2014 | 14:53

smiling girl showing painted hands

Adam Cowzer and Amy Conroy, aged five, pictured at the launch of Marks & Spencer’s partnership with Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) for the back to school period. Down Syndrome Ireland collection boxes are situated at till points in selected M&S stores in the children’s department until the end of August, raising money towards DSI’s education programme

Jack Fox, aged nine, was diagnosed with severe autism at 19 months old.

When it came time to send him to school, his mum Catherine Bourke opted for mainstream education. Jack attended a large school in Mayo for two years, but Bourke felt that he was lost in the system. She decided to move the family to Clar……………. continues on Irish Independent

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