The third level of intervention involves compensatory actions. Giving the kid new coping mechanisms for their impairment is the goal of this level of care. A youngster with a disability has difficulty adjusting to school and society. To continue effectively in accordance with his talents and interests, he requires compensating assistance and equipment. For instance, a youngster with limited vision must read texts in large font and with the use of a magnifying lens. A Braille writer and Braille resources are necessary for a blind youngster to make up for his loss of vision. A youngster with hearing loss must frequently use hearing aids (single cord or V cord) to make up for his hearing loss.
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