Best Ways to Help a Disabled Child Have a Better Experience at School

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According to a recent infographic compiled by UKS Mobility, nearly 26% of disabled people report having had a negative experience at school. Bullying is a common complaint voiced by disabled children, sometimes even as young as seven years old.

To improve this situation, parents have to make sure that they teach their non-disabled children about diversity and the need to treat everyone equally – no matter whether they come from a different country, believe in a different God, or has some physical or mental disability. Schools should also be equipped with the right mobility equipment and teachers should be trained in special needs education.

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Were you ever bullied at school?

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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

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