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Play for the handicapped child.

Joan Hill

Play for the handicapped child.

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Published by Wiltshire County Council Education Department in Trowbridge .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL14562308M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Riddick, Barbara. Toys and play for the handicapped child. London: Croom Helm, © (OCoLC) Second, and more specifically, why should the play of handicapped children investigated.

The study of handicapped children's play can provide theoretical validation for the play of normal children. The study of physically handicapped children has generally been dominated by a medical orientation. PDF | On Jan 1,JoAnne Quinn and others published The play of handicapped children | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate In book: Child's play: Developmental.

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The mentally handicapped child can leave a fuller, more satisfying and constructive life. However it is up to all of us to do whatever we can in this adjustment. For the mentally handicapped child is as much a part of our society as any other child and our happiness is in part dependent on his.

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fects of integrating handicapped and nonhandicapped children on social play skills. Children were rated on a time­ sampling basis, using a social play scale ranging from autistic-like and isolate play to cooperative play. After a variety of unsuccessful attempts to increase sub­ stantially the quality of Cited by: Texture book - Make a texture book using different textures – like wall paper, sand paper, bubble wrap, washing scourers, foam wash cloth etc Smell tour - Take a ‘Smell tour’ past places like the fishmongers, fish and chip shop, the body shop/Lush soap shop, pet shop, etc Borrow equipment - If you need equipment during the holidays, ask your school/college or day centre if you can borrow.

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