QuestionsWhat are preventive efforts in special education?
admin asked 12 months ago
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admin answered 12 months ago
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.