Inclusion of Children with Mental Disabilities as an Educational Problem
The goal is to assign the main pedagogical and organizational peculiarities of the inclusion of children with mental disorders and their socialization in general. In the context of the development of inclusive education in Ukraine, the issue of helping children with mental disorders has been becoming increasingly urgent, since ensuring a rights protection approach to people with peculiarities of mental development is a socio-political requirement for a country that seeks to meet European integration values, so it demands to prepare our social philosophical field for acceptance such people and to work out practical approaches for implementation inclusive values. The inclusive educational process takes place on the basis of team cooperation, the multidisciplinary approach is the basis of psychological and pedagogical support of the child, which is a condition for ensuring inclusion the child in the educational environment, that is based on the philosophy of inclusion as a main direction of help to people with mental disabilities in the society. (original abstract)
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