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Socialization and Inclusion with Dr. Mary Falvey

Published: Jun. 2, 2022Updated: Jul. 14, 2022
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How can school teams encourage socialization with peers? How can parents make sure kids with extensive support needs get the opportunity to participate in school dances, sports, plays, clubs, and other extracurriculars? How can IEP goals help children with disabilities feel included and make meaningful connections? Inclusion expert Dr. Mary Falvey answers these questions and more.

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