The premise behind preventive measures is that prevention is better than treatment. The goal of preventive measures in special education is to stop potential issues from becoming a significant impediment. For instance, a youngster with poor vision may have trouble seeing items or reading what is printed on the board. The classroom should have sufficient lighting as a safeguard. A youngster with hearing loss finds it challenging to pay attention to what the instructor is saying. For such a youngster, the seating arrangement should be set such that his better ear faces the teacher.
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